Quote of the Day – March 16, 2021

Quote of the Day – October 11, 2020

Celebrate Juneteenth with Reading

On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans were notified of their freedom by Union troops in Galveston Bay, TX, two years after the the Emancipation Proclamation was issued. This day is widely celebrated as the end of slavery in America and is known as Emancipation Day or “Juneteenth”. It is always important to learn moreContinue reading “Celebrate Juneteenth with Reading”

Are We As a Community Doing Enough?

I watched this video from a booktuber, discussing her experience as a black booktuber and systemic racism that has occurred in not only in the booktube world but as well in the publishing industry as a whole. She has made a lot of strong points and passionate remarks. However, I have noticed that while authorsContinue reading “Are We As a Community Doing Enough?”

Quote of the Day – June 13, 2020

Quote of the Day – March 18, 2020

Friday Debate: Black History Month

Welcome to Friday Debate, a feature on cup of tea with that book, please, where every Friday a question will be posted that tantalize the brain and expands our horizons.

Quote of the Day – February 13, 2019