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Nikole Hannah-Jones (Author, External Editor)
NIKOLE HANNAH-JONES is the Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of The 1619 Project and a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine. She has spent her career investigating racial inequality and injustice, and her reporting has earned her the MacArthur Fellowship, known as the Genius grant, a Peabody Award, two George Polk Awards and the National Magazine Award three times. Hannah-Jones also earned the John Chancellor Award for Distinguished Journalism and was named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists and the Newswomen's Club of New York. In 2020 she was inducted into the Society of American Historians and in 2021, into the North Carolina Media Hall of Fame. She was also named a member of the prestigious Academy of Arts and Sciences.
A wide-ranging, landmark summary of the Black experience in
America: searing, rich in unfamiliar detail, exploring every aspect
of slavery and its continuing legacy . . . Again and again, The
1619 Project brings the past to life in fresh ways. . . .
Multifaceted and often brilliant
*The New York Times Book Review*
A remarkable reframing of American history in which slavery and the Black experience are at the heart of the narrative
Visionary... imaginative, all-encompassing... the sheer breadth of this book is refreshing and illuminating, challenging each and every reader to confront America's past, present and future
[A] groundbreaking compendium... bracing and urgent... This collection is an extraordinary update to an ongoing project of vital truth-telling
*Esquire, “Best Books of Fall 2021”*
Readers will discover something new and redefining on every page ... This visionary, meticulously produced, profound, and bedrock-shifting testament belongs in every library and on every reading list ... [an] invaluable and galvanizing history ... revelatory
This invaluable book sets itself apart by reframing readers' understanding of U.S. history, past and present
*Library Journal (starred)*
A sweeping study of the "unparalleled impact" of African slavery on American society... The result is a bracing and vital reconsideration of American history
*Publishers Weekly (starred)*
A much-needed book that stakes a solid place in a battlefield of ideas over America's past and present
*Kirkus Reviews (starred)*
Restores people erased from the national narrative, offering a motivating, if sobering, origin story we need to understand if we are ever going to truly achieve 'liberty and justice for all'
*Women’s Review of Books*
The ambitious project that got Americans rethinking our racial history... expanded into a book incorporating essays from pretty much everyone you want to hear from about the country's great topic and great shame
*Los Angeles Times*
The groundbreaking project from The New York Times, which created a new origin story for America based on the very beginnings of American slavery, is expanded into a very large, very powerful full-length book
Pleasingly symmetrical... [a] mosaic of a book, which achieves the impossible on so many levels -- moving from argument to fiction to argument, from theme to theme, and backward and forward in time, so smoothly