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Money Rock: A Family's Story of Cocaine, Race, and Ambition in the New South

An incisive take on uncovering causal analysis into the often overlooked criminal headlines. Highly recommended for those interested in urban or black studies.

Money Rock: A Family's Story of Cocaine, Race, and Ambition in the New South

An incisive take on uncovering causal analysis into the often overlooked criminal headlines. Highly recommended for those interested in urban or black studies.
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Not Quite Not White: Losing and Finding Race in America

An insightful, engaging story for those interested in racial identity and first-generation immigration narratives.
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A Perilous Path: Talking Race, Inequality, and the Law

Highly recommended for those interested in racial and social justice, law, politics, and political commentary.
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So You Want To Talk About Race

A timely and engaging book that offers an entry point and a hopeful approach toward more productive dialog around tough topics. Highly recommended for those interested in race, ethnicity, and social commentary, and anyone wishing to have more insightful conversations.
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This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female, and Feminist in (White) America

For those interested in a younger perspective on black studies and feminism.

Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race

A provocative read for anyone interested in race, politics, social history, and the lives of people of color; a must-read that expertly reflects the challenges of addressing structural racism.
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100 Amazing Facts About the Negro

An entertaining and informative read for those with an interest in black history and who enjoy historical trivia.
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Have Black Lives Ever Mattered?

A must-read for anyone interested in social justice and inequalities, social movements, the criminal justice system, and African American history. An excellent companion to Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow and Ava DuVernay's documentary 13th.
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