Say it with her now, “I Love My People!”
In rhythmic prowess, Kim Singleton recounts the beauty and legacy of Black people who are “...too many to name, from the corners of obscurity, to the highest of fame.”
I Love My People is a poetic tribute to African American history makers and culture shakers, complete with nostalgic photography and vibrant, playful illustration. In the vein of Gill Scott-Heron's poetry of the 1970s, author Kim Singleton invites us into call-and-response and brings a refreshing cadence to the page that captures every decade of Black joy in all of its resilient, diverse, and excellent splendor.
“We were told that our bodies weren’t built for this art. Rhythmic movement we mastered flowing straight from the heart.”
Singleton shines a light on virtually every facet of Black community life, and unapologetically declares her people good—from the street corner to the White House and everything in between.
“In 1827, Freedom’s Journal was born. Black content, Black operated, Black staff, Black owned”
By the end, you’ll be chanting Singleton’s anthem, “I LOVE MY PEOPLE” too!
Purchase your book today!
I LOVE MY PEOPLE
Book Signings and Events
June 17, 2023 - Schomburg Center Literary Festival
135th & Lenox, Harlem, New York
July 11, 2023 - Official Book Launch
Harlem School of the Arts
645 St. Nicholas Ave, NY, NY
July 22, 2023- Pop Up Book Signing
463 Sterling Place
Brooklyn, NY. 11238
July 26-29 - National Urban League Conference
August 2 - 6 - National Association of Black Journalist Conference
August 26, 2023 - Jersey City Public Library, Earl Morgan Branch
1841 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ
September 16, 2023
44th & 3rd Bookseller
451 Lee St SW Unit B
Atlanta, GA. 30310
October 11, 2023
Reel Sisters Awards Ceremony
The Riverside Theater
91 Claremont Ave, NY, NY
October 19, 2023
Busboys and Poets
2021 14th Street, NW,
Washington, DC 20009
November 5, 2023
Details - TBA
KIM SINGLETON, a filmmaker, writer and poet, is passionate about storytelling. The former engineer and finance professional studied creative writing at the Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center, Gotham Writers and African Voices Workshops. She hosts the weekly television show and podcast Consider It Blacklit that spotlights African Americans in entertainment.