Black authors bring important perspectives to their work, with insights and wisdom for every reader. On this page, you'll learn more about our Black authors and their books. You'll also find articles, videos, and podcasts where you can hear directly from these Black voices as they share more about their books and the impact that they are having in the church and the world.
Looking for even more voices to learn from? Discover more authors of color and women authors, or browse all of IVP's authors. You can also hear from a wide variety of diverse voices on IVP's Every Voice Now podcast.
In this fascinating interview, IVP authors Barbara Peacock, MelindaJoy Mingo, Terence Lester, Antipas Harris, and A. D. "Lumkile" Thomason share their ideas for new ways we can be celebrating Black History Month as well as their hopes for the future of racial reconciliation in America.
In the book "Awakening to Justice" The Dialogue on Race and Faith project presents groundbreaking scholarship on Christian abolitionist history. Read this interview to hear more from two of the book's coauthors, Douglas M. Strong and Albert G. Miller.