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Begin Again
James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own
Book - 2020
Brown, White, Black
An American Family at the Intersection of Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Religion
Book - 2019
Dear White Friend
The Realities of Race, the Power of Relationships and Our Path to Equity
Book - 2021
The Sum of Us
What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together
Book - 2021
How the Word Is Passed
A Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across America
Book - 2021
I'm Still Here
Black Dignity in A World Made for Whiteness
Book - 2018
Citizen Outlaw
One Man's Journey From Gangleader to Peacekeeper
eBook - 2019
To God Be the Glory
We Must Never Give Up! : This Is My Story Growing up Black in America
Book - 2003
Hood Feminism
Notes From the Women That A Movement Forgot
Book - 2020
White Fragility
Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism
Book - 2018
Redefining Realness
My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More
Book - 2014
One Crazy Summer
Book - 2010
Hurricane Child
Book - 2018
Loretta Little Looks Back
Three Voices Go Tell It : A Monologue Novel
Book - 2020
Kamala and Maya's Big Idea
Picture Book - 2020
The Night Is Yours
Picture Book - 2019
Brown Baby Lullaby
Picture Book - 2020
Our Skin
A First Conversation About Race
Book - 2021
Sharice's Big Voice
A Native Kid Becomes A Congresswoman
Book - 2021
Shirley Chisholm Dared
The Story of the First Black Woman in Congress
Book - 2021
Reparations: The Big Payback
Web Resource
Ericka Alexander and Whitney Dow creatively explore the what, when, why, how, and who of reparations. Ericka Alexander and Whitney Dow creatively explore the what, when, why, how, and who of reparations. Show less
Asian Enough
Web Resource
Jen Yamato, film reporter for the LA Times, and her co-hosts interview Asian American and Asian Canadian guests about the joys, complications, and more of...Show more Jen Yamato, film reporter for the LA Times, and her co-hosts interview Asian American and Asian Canadian guests about the joys, complications, and more of life as a person of Asian heritage in North America. The conversations touch on the diversity of Asian identity and immigrant experiences as well as the impact of stereotypes and the limited representation in popular culture. Each episode includes a “confession” about a time when the hosts and the guests didn’t feel “Asian enough.” Show less
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