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A bookish project to kick off during Black History Month

📚 Today’s tip: Start a themed communal reading list.

Black History Month is a great time to celebrate Black writers. (Of course, every month is actually a great time to celebrate Black writers.) And as Alexandra Samuel noted in her sprawling guide to Google Drive, a Google doc is a handy place to crowdsource and compile resources, including reading recommendations. Create your own doc and send it around to your network, inviting people to share their favorite books and articles by Black authors. You can even start a mini book club in the comments.

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