NEW YORK — The New Yorker has published a new book about the racial injustice that has been plaguing the lives of millions of black people for decades.
The book, “Black Lives Matter: A History,” chronicles the legacy of civil rights activism in America from the 1950s to today, and features interviews with people who have been active in and affected by the movement.
“I hope this book will help illuminate the legacy we still have to deal with in order to heal the wounds of a past that many Americans have forgotten,” the Times’ editors, Margaret Sullivan and Julia Turner, said in a statement.
The title, “I am Black,” comes from the title of a 1992 song by R&B singer-songwriter Macklemore, whose song, “Dope Dealer,” has been a hit since its release in 2013.
In the book, the Times authors trace the rise of Black Lives Matter as a political movement that began in the late 1970s as a reaction to police brutality, and then expanded as it gained momentum as a civil rights movement.
In “Black” is the title for a group of people that include Black Panthers, the Black Panthers Party, Black Liberation Army, and other Black and Brown activists, who participated in protests during the Vietnam War and Black Lives Matters protests in the 1960s and 1970s.
“When I wrote it, I did not know it would be a bestseller.
I knew it would become a best seller and then become the kind of book that people read about, the kind that people talk about.
I hope that people will enjoy it,” Turner told ABC News in an interview.
The Times’ new book, titled “Black lives matter,” chronicle the legacy.
In a video for the book that was released on Wednesday, Turner said she had wanted to write about the movement “for a very long time.”
She said that she has been writing the book for three years and was excited to have it come to fruition.
“This is the book where I started this journey,” Turner said.
“And now that I’ve written it, there’s nothing else I need to do.”
The Times, which also has a website and a newsletter, said the book “is the most comprehensive and detailed account to date of the civil rights revolution and its consequences.”
It also said that it will continue to cover civil rights issues, including Black Lives, the economy, immigration, and gun violence.
“We hope that this book gives people a sense of what the movement was all about,” Turner added.
The paper also published “Black and Brown” by rapper Lil Wayne in its March 2018 issue.
The article is titled “I’m Black.”
The book is available at Amazon.com.