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Who we be : the colorization of America —Chang, Jeff.

"Race. A four-letter word. The greatest social divide in American life, a half-century ago and today. During that time, the U.S. has seen the most dramatic demographic and cultural shifts in its history, what can be call...

Beneath a Ruthless Sun A True Story of Violence, Race, and Justice Lost and Found. —King, Gilbert.
Sound Recording
2018
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"Compelling, insightful and important, Beneath a Ruthless Sun exposes the corruption of racial bigotry and animus that shadows a community, a state and a nation. A fascinating examination of an injustice story all too fa...

Detroit's Birwood Wall : Hatred & Healing in the West Eight Mile Community —Van Dusen, Gerald C., author.
EBook
2019

In 1941, a real estate developer in northwest Detroit faced a dilemma. He needed federal financing for white clients purchasing lots in a new subdivision abutting a community of mostly African Americans. When the banks d...

Generation Scot Y Scotland's 20-somethings- a serious generation for serious times —Higgins, Kate, author.
EBook
2014

In Generation Scot Y, Kate Higgins explores questions of Scottish identity, culture, society and politics and they way they are viewed by twenty-somethings. A whole generation has grown up with the Scottish Parliament as...

The Sun Does Shine How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row (Oprah's Book Club Summer 2018 Selection) —Hinton, Anthony Ray; Hardin, Lara Love.
EBook
2018

-- Just Mercy, With a foreword by Stevenson, The Sun Does Shine is an extraordinary testament to the power of hope sustained through the darkest times. Destined to be a classic memoir of wrongful imprisonment and freedo...

Turning the Tide the life of Lady Rhondda —John, Angela V., author.
EBook
2013

Drawing upon a varied array of sources, many of which were previously unused, this rich biography explores the public achievements and the fascinating private world of one of the most influential people in British societ...

The word of a woman feminist dispatches —Morgan, Robin.
EBook
2014

Feminism from the front lines A founder of the contemporary global women's movement, Robin Morgan is widely known as one of feminism's strongest, most persuasive activists. As a writer, she is unique in her ability to di...

Insiders, Outsiders and Others : Gypsies and Identity —Bhopal, Kalwant, author.
EBook
2008

Examining the contributing factors in the shaping of Gypsy identity in the United Kingdom, this study evaluates both recent and historic tendencies that now misrepresent or overlook Gypsy culture. From examining the impl...

Black War Fear, Sex and Resistance in Tasmania. —Clements, Nicholas.
EBook
2014

Between 1825 and 1831 close to 200 Britons and 1000 Aborigines died violently in Tasmania's Black War. It was by far the most intense frontier conflict in Australia's history, yet many Australians know little about it. T...

No fixed abode a journey through homelessness from Cornwall to London —Carroll, Charlie, author.
EBook
2013

Traveling on foot across the UK, with no money or reason to rush, Charlie finds the hidden side of the populationthe homeless, the addicted, the disabledwho few outsiders ever get to knowIn the summer of 2011, Charlie fo...

Kurlumarniny We come from the desert. —Hale, Monty.
EBook
2012

We come from the desert is the story of Minyjun (Monty Hale), a senior Ngulipartu man from the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Written in his own language and in English, Minyjun shares with us his extraordinary lif...

Fighting hard the Victorian Aborigines Advancement League —Broome, Richard, 1948- author.
EBook
2015

Fighting Hard tells a history of the Aborigines Advancement League, the oldest Aboriginal organization in Australia. As both a welfare and activist body, the League can be seen as the mother of all Aboriginal Victorian c...

Healing Racial Trauma : The Road to Resilience —Rowe, Sheila Wise, 1959- author.
EBook
2020

People of color have endured traumatic histories and almost daily assaults on our dignity. We have prayed about racism, been in denial, or acted out in anger, but we have not known how to individually or collectively pur...

Me and White Supremacy : Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor —Saad, Layla F, author.
EBook
2020

Layla Saad is one of the most important and valuable teachers we have right now on the subject of white supremacy and racial injustice. -- New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert Based on the viral Instagram ...

Why To kill a mockingbird matters : what Harper Lee's book and the iconic American film mean to us today. —Santopietro, Tom.

"With forty million copies sold, To Kill a Mockingbird's poignant but clear-eyed examination of human nature has cemented its status as a global classic. Tom Santopietro's new book ... takes a 360-degree look at the Mock...

Europeans essays on cultural identity
EBook
1999

Social scientists, a rehabilitation researcher, a folklorist, a political commentator, and other contributors survey some of the differences in European culture and discuss the complex topic of national identity in Europ...

Life of a Klansman A Family History in White Supremacy. —Ball, Edward.
Sound Recording
2020
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'Life of a Klansman' is the story of Polycarp Constant Lecorgne, a carpenter from New Orleans, a member of the White League, a guerilla fighter for the Klan, and the author's great-great-grandfather. Edward Ball examines...

Black Fatigue : How Racism Erodes the Mind, Body, and Spirit —Winters, Mary-Frances, author.
EBook
2020

This is the first book to define and explore Black fatigue, the intergenerational impact of systemic racism on the physical and psychological health of Black people -- and explain why and how society needs to collectivel...

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