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Brown Album: Essays on Exile and Identity

Emotions of sorrow, anger, and anxiety loom large in Khakpour’s inner and outer experiences in America, but the humor in her reflections keep this book immune from wallowing. A triumphant entry in the personal essay canon.

Missed Translations: Meeting the Immigrant Parents Who Raised Me

A delightful memoir of people and place that will draw in Deb’s fans and attract plenty of new ones.

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The Undocumented Americans

Readers come to see that there is no time for hedging: the personal traumas discussed in the book are compounded by their commonality. A must-read indictment on what it means to be undocumented and what it means to be American.

Pretty Bitches: On Being Called Crazy, Angry, Bossy, Frumpy, Feisty, and All the Other Words That Are Used To Undermine Women

This collection features an array of voices and serves as a multiuse resource that can be a glossary, a takedown, or a radical reclaiming.

A Map Is Only One Story: Twenty Writers on Immigration, Family, and the Meaning of Home

A standout collection that adds new dimension and depth to the lived experiences of immigrants long after they settle in a new community.

Children of the Land

In large part an attempt to answer the question of how to create a landscape of memories divorced from spectacle, this inventively rendered memoir provides an intimate, important look at the immigrant experience, family and intergenerational trauma, and coping with the ongoing presence of uncertainty in one’s life.

Migrating to Prison: America’s Obsession with Locking Up Immigrants

A thought-provoking perspective on immigration and U.S. immigration policy.
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Fantasy Island: Colonialism, Exploitation, and the Betrayal of Puerto Rico

This book will be particularly important to readers with a connection to Puerto Rico and useful and thought-provoking to anyone else seeking to understand capitalism’s past, present, and future.

Banned: Immigration Enforcement in the Time of Trump

This meticulously argued work succeeds in illuminating with plain language what the immigration system obscures behind jargon and steel bars.

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