Audiobooks to pass the time during Covid-19

It's Sunday, and I'm thinking about the Reverend! Being the Rapbrarian, I have to stay up on my stories, and this new book I've started provides new insights into who Martin Luther King Jr really was, outside of his very sanitized image. MLK was a revolutionary thinker, and was even called "the most dangerous man in America," by the FBI and CIA. The essays in this book are read by Cornell West and Wanda Sykes, just to name a few.


Audible has also made many of their titles free for Teens and Adults during the Stay at Home order. Happy Listening!

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