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  • Dying of Whiteness

    How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America's Heartland

    A physician's "provocative" (Boston Globe) and "timely" (Ibram X. Kendi, New York Times Book Review) account of how right-wing backlash policies have deadly consequences -- even for the white voters they promise to help.In election after election, conservative white Americans have embraced politicians who pledge to make their lives great again. But as physician Jonathan M. Metzl shows in Dying of ... Read more

    $12.99 USD $4.99 USD

  • Dwelling Place

    A Plantation Epic

    Winner of the Bancroft Prize. “[A] beautifully conceived and penetrating book . . . one of the finest studies of American slavery ever written.”—The New RepublicPublished some thirty years ago, Robert Manson Myers’s Children of Pride: The True Story of Georgia and the Civil War won the National Book Award in history and went on to become a classic reference on America’s slaveholding South. That ... Read more

    $1.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Wilmington's Lie

    The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy

    A Pulitzer Prize–winning, searing account of the 1898 white supremacist riot and coup in Wilmington, North Carolina.By the 1890s, Wilmington was North Carolina’s largest city and a shining example of a mixed-race community. It was a bustling port city with a burgeoning African American middle class and a Fusionist government of Republicans and Populists that included black aldermen, police ... Read more

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  • Selma's Bloody Sunday

    Protest, Voting Rights, and the Struggle for Racial Equality

    series Witness to History
    “A fresh look at this historical crossroads which marked the culmination of the Civil Rights Movement . . . timely and engaging.” —Patricia Sullivan, author of Justice RisingOn Sunday afternoon, March 7, 1965, roughly six hundred peaceful demonstrators set out from Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church in a double-file column to march from Selma, Alabama, to the state capital of Montgomery. Leading the march ... Read more

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  • Disorientation

    Being Black in the World

    by Ian Williams ...
    A Boston Globe Best Book of 2021: “Lyrical, closely observed” essays on being Black in the US, Canada, and Trinidad, and how those experiences differed (Kirkus Reviews).Finalist for the 2021 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for NonfictionWith that one eloquent word, disorientation, Scotiabank Giller Award winner Ian Williams captures the impact of racial encounters on racialized people—the ... Read more

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  • Running While Black

    Finding Freedom in a Sport That Wasn't Built for Us

    A searing exposé on the whiteness of running, a supposedly egalitarian sport, and a call to reimagine the industry“Runners know that running brings us to ourselves. But for Black people, the simple act of running has never been so simple. It is a declaration of the right to move through the world. If running is claiming public space, why, then, does it feel like a negotiation?”Running saved Alison ... Read more

    $14.99 USD

  • Love Letter from Pig

    My Brother's Story of Freedom Summer

    by Julie Kabat ...
    In the summer of 1964, the FBI found the smoldering remains of the station wagon that James Chaney, Michael Schwerner, and Andrew Goodman had been driving before their disappearance. Shortly after this awful discovery, Julie Kabat’s beloved brother Luke arrived as a volunteer for the Mississippi Summer Project. Teaching biology to Freedom School students in Meridian, Luke became one of more than ... Read more

    $17.99 USD

  • Voices of the Windrush Generation

    The real story told by the people themselves

    'Evocative, authentic and brilliantly told - a wonderful read.' David LammyForeword by West Indies Cricketer Sir Clive LloydVoices of the Windrush Generation is a powerful collection of stories from the men, women and children of the Windrush generation - West Indians who emigrated to Britain between 1948 and 1971 in response to labour shortages, and in search of a better life.Edited by journalist ... Read more

    $7.99 USD $5.99 USD

  • Mississippi

    The Closed Society

    Mississippi: The Closed Society is a book about an insurrection in modern America, more particularly, about the social and historical background of that insurrection. It is written by a Mississippian who is a historian, and who, on September 30, 1962, witnessed the long night of riot that exploded on the campus of the University of Mississippi at Oxford, when students, and, later, adults with no ... Read more

    $21.99 USD

  • Salvage Work

    U.S. and Caribbean Literatures amid the Debris of Legal Personhood

    by Angela Naimou ...
    Salvage Work examines contemporary literary responses to the law’s construction of personhood in the Americas. Tracking the extraordinary afterlives of the legal slave personality from the nineteenth century into the twenty-first, Angela Naimou shows the legal slave to be a fractured but generative figure for contemporary legal personhood across categories of race, citizenship, gender, and labor. ... Read more

    $26.99 USD

  • The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America

    New York Times Bestseller • Notable Book of the Year • Editors' Choice SelectionOne of Bill Gates’ “Amazing Books” of the YearOne of Publishers Weekly’s 10 Best Books of the YearLonglisted for the National Book Award for NonfictionAn NPR Best Book of the YearWinner of the Hillman Prize for NonfictionGold Winner • California Book Award (Nonfiction)Finalist • Los Angeles Times Book Prize (History ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Facing the Mountain

    An Inspiring Story of Japanese American Patriots in World War II

    **A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLEROne of NPR's "Books We Love" of 2021Longlisted for the PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for BiographyWinner of the Christopher Award“Masterly. An epic story of four Japanese-American families and their sons who volunteered for military service and displayed uncommon heroism… Propulsive and gripping, in part because of Mr. Brown’s ability to make us care deeply about ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • The Half Has Never Been Told

    Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism

    A groundbreaking history demonstrating that America's economic supremacy was built on the backs of enslaved peopleWinner of the 2015 Avery O. Craven Prize from the Organization of American HistoriansWinner of the 2015 Sidney Hillman PrizeAmericans tend to cast slavery as a pre-modern institution -- the nation's original sin, perhaps, but isolated in time and divorced from America's later success. ... Read more

    $15.99 USD

  • When Affirmative Action Was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in Twentieth-Century America

    A groundbreaking work that exposes the twisted origins of affirmative action.In this "penetrating new analysis" (New York Times Book Review) Ira Katznelson fundamentally recasts our understanding of twentieth-century American history and demonstrates that all the key programs passed during the New Deal and Fair Deal era of the 1930s and 1940s were created in a deeply discriminatory manner. Through ... Read more

    $12.99 USD $2.99 USD

  • The 272

    The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church

    “An absolutely essential addition to the history of the Catholic Church, whose involvement in New World slavery sustained the Church and, thereby, helped to entrench enslavement in American society.”—Annette Gordon-Reed, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Hemingses of Monticello and On JuneteenthNew York Times Book Review Editors’ ChoiceIn 1838, a group of America’s most prominent Catholic ... Read more

    $13.99 USD

  • The Fear of Too Much Justice

    Race, Poverty, and the Persistence of Inequality in the Criminal Courts

    A legendary lawyer and a legal scholar reveal the structural failures that undermine justice in our criminal courts“An urgently needed analysis of our collective failure to confront and overcome racial bias and bigotry, the abuse of power, and the multiple ways in which the death penalty’s profound unfairness requires its abolition. You will discover Steve Bright’s passion, brilliance, dedication, ... Read more

    $21.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Be the Bridge

    Pursuing God's Heart for Racial Reconciliation

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • ECPA BESTSELLER • “When it comes to the intersection of race, privilege, justice, and the church, Tasha is without question my best teacher. Be the Bridge is THE tool I wish to put in every set of hands.”—Jen HatmakerWINNER OF THE CHRISTIAN BOOK AWARD® • Winner of the Christianity Today Book Award • A leading advocate for racial reconciliation calls Christians to move ... Read more

    $14.99 USD

  • Queer Brown Voices

    Personal Narratives of Latina/o LGBT Activism

    In the last three decades of the twentieth century, LGBT Latinas/os faced several forms of discrimination. The greater Latino community did not often accept sexual minorities, and the mainstream LGBT movement expected everyone, regardless of their ethnic and racial background, to adhere to a specific set of priorities so as to accommodate a “unified” agenda. To disrupt the cycle of sexism, racism, ... Read more

    $23.99 USD

  • Beyond Colorblind

    Redeeming Our Ethnic Journey

    by Sarah Shin ...
    Outreach Magazine Resource of the YearForeword INDIES Award FinalistFor a generation or so, society has tried to be colorblind. People say they don’t see race. But this approach has limitations. In our broken world, ethnicity and racial identity are often points of pain and injustice. We can’t ignore that God created us with our ethnic identities. We bring all of who we are, including our ... Read more

    $17.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Woke Racism

    How a New Religion Has Betrayed Black America

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERNew York Times bestselling author and acclaimed linguist John McWhorter argues that an illiberal neoracism, disguised as antiracism, is hurting Black communities and weakening the American social fabric.Americans of good will on both the left and the right are secretly asking themselves the same question: how has the conversation on race in America gone so crazy? We’re ... Read more

    $16.99 USD

  • The Place We Make

    Breaking the Legacy of Legalized Hate

    A thoughtful investigation into the incredible true story of a Black man convicted and exiled under the Oregon Exclusion Law in 1851—and a contemporary White woman wrestling with racism and faith after learning she’s a descendant of two men who assisted in the exile.“A beautiful rendering of an ugly history. A worthy read.”—Chanté Griffin, advocate, journalist, and authorMoving back to the ... Read more

    $9.99 USD

  • African Perspectives on Colonialism

    by A. Adu Boahen ...
    Book 15 - The Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History
    This history deals with the twenty-year period between 1880 and 1900, when virtually all of Africa was seized and occupied by the Imperial Powers of Europe. Eurocentric points of view have dominated the study of this era, but in this book, one of Africa's leading historians reinterprets the colonial experiences from the perspective of the colonized.The Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History ... Read more

    $22.99 USD

  • The History of Mary Prince

    A West Indian Slave

    by Mary Prince ...
    The History of Mary Prince (1831) was the first narrative of a black woman to be published in Britain. It describes Prince's sufferings as a slave in Bermuda, Turks Island and Antigua, and her eventual arrival in London with her brutal owner Mr Wood in 1828. Prince escaped from him and sought assistance from the Anti-Slavery Society, where she dictated her remarkable story to Susanna Strickland ... Read more

    $10.99 USD

  • What's Up with White Women?

    Unpacking Sexism and White Privilege in Pursuit of Racial Justice

    As a white woman, ask yourself: are you upholding or fighting racism?What's Up with White Women? is a practical guide for white women who are interested in becoming more effective in their cross-cultural, anti-racist practices.Blending real-life stories, theory, and anti-racism practices from decades of on-the-ground work, the authors invite white women to understand their gendered role in ... Read more

    $14.99 USD