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Solange’s creative agency launched a digital library to highlight BIPOC authors.

Nov 02 2021

Solange’s creative agency launched a digital library to highlight BIPOC authors. Since 2013, Solange Knowles’ creative agency Saint Heron has championed Black creatives by spotlighting Black culture through podcasts, performance art, and music—and their latest project is a digital library highlighting Black and BIPOC voices. The Saint Heron Community Library will spotlight BIPOC authors by featuring a collection of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, zines, and history books, which will be curated by Rosa Duffy, the founder of Atlanta-based bookstore For Keeps. A curation of library materials is expected to be released at the start of every season, and the collection features extremely rare and out-of-print works including photos and poems by Amiri Baraka, a copy of Langston Hughes’ 1942 Shakespeare of Harlem, several poetry collections by Audre Lorde, and Clay’s Ark by Octavia Butler. All library books can be rented for free up to 45 days on a first-come, first-serve basis from anywhere in the U.S. (Dazed)