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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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Walden Henry David Thoreau
Selections from one of the great classics of literature--now part of the Shambhala Pocket Library.
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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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Notes of a Native Son
Notes of a Native Son James Baldwin
A breakthrough work of social and cultural criticism from one of the foremost intellectuals of his era.
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When I Spoke in Tongues
When I Spoke in Tongues JESSICA WILBANKS
A memoir of the profound destabilization that comes from losing one's faith--and a young woman's journey to reconcile her lack of belief with her love for her deeply religious family.
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When One Religion Isn't Enough
When One Religion Isn't Enough Duane R. Bidwell
An exploration into the lives of people who embrace two or more religious traditions, and what this growing community tells us about change in our society Named a best book of 2018 by Library Journal
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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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Mousy Cats And Sheepish Coyotes
Mousy Cats And Sheepish Coyotes John Shivik
A wildlife expert explores what science tells us about animals as unique individuals and why animal personality matters for the human-animal bond and for adaptation in nature.
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Looking for Lorraine
Looking for Lorraine IMANI PERRY
Winner of the 2019 PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography A New York Times Notable Book of 2018 A revealing portrait of one of the most gifted and charismatic, yet least understood, Black artists and intellectuals of the twentieth century.
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Success Through Diversity
Success Through Diversity Carol Fulp
Explores how investing in a racially and ethnically diverse workforce will help make contemporary businesses more dynamic, powerful, and profitable
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The Art Of Misdiagnosis
The Art Of Misdiagnosis Gayle Brandeis
Award-winning novelist and poet Gayle Brandeis’s wrenching memoir of her complicated family history and her mother’s suicide.
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You Can't Be Neutral On A Moving Train
You Can't Be Neutral On A Moving Train Howard Zinn
A new edition of Howard Zinn’s landmark memoir that chronicles his lifelong commitment to social justice and steadfast belief that ordinary people can change history.
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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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A Treasury Of African American Christmas Stories
A Treasury Of African American Christmas Stories Bettye Collier-Thomas
A collection of Christmas stories written by African-American journalists, activists, and writers from the late 19th century through the Depression era.
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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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Anarcha Speaks
Anarcha Speaks Dominique Christina
The reimagined story of Anarcha, an enslaved Black woman, subjected to medical experiments by Dr. Marion Sims. Selected by Tyehimba Jess as a National Poetry Series winner.
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An African American And Latinx History Of The United States
An African American And Latinx History Of The United States Paul Ortiz
An intersectional history of the shared struggle for African American and Latinx civil rights
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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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