Rebekah Kati

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The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart

An important look into community organizing that is honest about its pitfalls and promises that will engage all interested in leading and growing social movements.

We're Better Than This: My Fight for the Future of Our Democracy

Moving insight into a remarkable man, which remains a touching tribute to his accomplishments in the later years of his life. Recommended for political aficionados.

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Aftershocks

Owusu’s yearning for a maternal figure and acceptance of her identity surround this moving memoir. Recommended for readers who enjoy stories of identity and multiculturalism.

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The Engagement: America’s Quarter-Century Struggle over Same-Sex Marriage

A comprehensive work of civil rights history that is sure to interest political and legal enthusiasts.
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Sisters in Hate: American Women on the Front Lines of White Nationalism

Darby’s timely and important account helps to shed insight into understanding the motivations of white nationalist movements in American culture, and what draws people to them.
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Separated: Inside an American Tragedy

Readers interested in learning more about immigration policy will be drawn to this captivating account, which deftly weaves together the political and the personal.
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She Will Rise: Becoming a Warrior in the Battle for True Equality

An empowering introduction to key issues facing women; however, readers familiar with current events will be unlikely to discover new material. For readers interested in feminism and political activism.
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The Book of Rosy: A Mother’s Story of Separation at the Border

A heartfelt memoir of survival and the power of activism that is recommended for readers interested in personal narratives of migration.
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This Is What America Looks Like: My Journey from Refugee to Congresswoman

An introspective and self-assured memoir that unfortunately suffers from a jumpy narrative in later chapters. Recommended for readers interested in refugee and immigration stories, but the book may disappoint those hoping for details on politics and policy proposals.

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