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White Fragility
White Fragility Robin DiAngelo
A practical, crystallising guide for how white people can change the way they communicate and fight racism.
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These Schools Belong To You And Me
These Schools Belong To You And Me Deborah Meier, Emily Gasoi
A challenge to narrow, profit-driven conceptions of school success and an argument for protecting public education to ensure that all students become competent citizens in a vibrant democracy.
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How Does It Feel To Be Unwanted?
How Does It Feel To Be Unwanted? Eileen Truax
In an era of increasing anti-immigrant sentiment and bigotry, each of these 13 stories illuminates the issues affecting the Mexican community and shows the breadth of a frequently stereotyped population.
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When Grit Isn't Enough
When Grit Isn't Enough Linda F. Nathan
Examines major myths informing American education and explores how educators can better serve students, increase college retention rates, and develop alternatives to college that don’t disadvantage students on the basis of race or income.
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Rectify Lara Bazelon
Makes a powerful argument for adopting a model of restorative justice as part of the Innocence Movement so exonerees, crime victims, and their communities can come together to heal.
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Revive Us Again
Revive Us Again The Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II, The Reverend Dr. Rick Lowery, The Reverend Dr. Liz Theoharis
A collection of sermons and speeches that lay out a groundbreaking vision for intersectional organizing, paired with inspirational and practical essays from activists in today's Poor People's Campaign
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None Of The Above
None Of The Above Shani Robinson
An insider's account of the infamous Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal which scapegoated black employees for problems caused by an education reform movement that is increasingly a proxy for corporate greed.
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A More Beautiful and Terrible History
A More Beautiful and Terrible History Jeanne Theoharis
Praised by The New York Times; O, The Oprah Magazine; Bitch Magazine; Slate;Publishers Weekly; and more, this is "a bracing corrective to a national mythology" (New York Times) around the civil rights movement.
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History Teaches Us To Resist
History Teaches Us To Resist MARY FRANCES BERRY
Historian and civil rights activist proves how progressive movements can flourish even in conservative times.
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Memes To Movements
Memes To Movements An Xiao Mina
A global exploration of the internet meme as an agent of pop culture, politics, protest, and propaganda on and offline, and how they will save or destroy us all.
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Saving Talk Therapy
Saving Talk Therapy Enrico Gnaulati
A hard-hitting critique of how managed care and the selective use of science to privilege quick-fix therapies have undermined in-depth psychotherapy—to the detriment of patients and practitioners.
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Her Body, Our Laws
Her Body, Our Laws Michelle Oberman
With stories from the front lines, a legal scholar journeys through distinct legal climates to understand precisely why and how the war over abortion is being fought.
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Trust Women
In an age in which women's reproductive rights are increasingly under attack, a minister and ethicist offers a stirring argument that abortion can be a moral good.
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Some Of My Friends Are...
Some Of My Friends Are... DEBORAH PLUMMER
An insightful look at how cross-racial friendships work and fail within American society.
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Reclaiming Our Space
Reclaiming Our Space FEMINISTA JONES
A treatise of Black women’s transformative influence in media, entertainment, and politics, and why this intersectional movement building, especially on Twitter, is essential to the resistance.
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The Trials Of Nina McCall
The Trials Of Nina McCall SCOTT W. STERN
The nearly forgotten story of the American Plan, a government program to regulate women's bodies and sexuality--and how they fought back--told through the lens of one of its survivors.
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