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Which #MeToo book should I read first?

We help readers choose among 3 books that were released in late 2019 which cover sexual harassment and the 2017 resurgence of the #MeToo movement.

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You shouldn’t wear that

Poet and author Jasmin Kaur writes a personal essay about growing up Sikh and overcoming the opinions of others.

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The dust-up around American Dirt, explained

Explanation of the controversy around Oprah's Book Club selection American Dirt by author Jeanine Cummins.

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The hidden cost of climate change

“In a disaster, the size of the psychological footprint greatly exceeds the size of the medical footprint." - Dr. James Shultz

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Five books on politics and voting

In an age of misinformation, it's important to educate yourself. Don't know where to start? Here are five books about politics and voting.

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Where there’s action, there’s hope: the massive momentum of the youth climate movement

Students, teachers, parents, union leaders, activists and ordinary citizens in more than 170 countries went on strike to demand action on climate change.

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Books to read about climate change

If you don’t know, you can’t act. Informing ourselves of the inconvenient truth of climate change is the first step.

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Suicide prevention: a fundamental human right

Suicide does not only affect Indigenous people. But it affects First Nations, Inuit and Métis people disproportionately.

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Our changing idea of home

How to Lose a Country is an impassioned plea, a warning to the world that populism and nationalism don’t march fully-formed into government; they creep.

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