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Every Day We Get More Illegal

A timely and propulsive work; for all collections.
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Little Hill

Ultimately, the creek running through El Cerrito is an extension of the sea and the life force it represents, as reflected in Warren’s poetry. For academic libraries and public libraries with strong poetry collections.

Race Man: Selected Works, 1960–2015

The readability of Bond’s writings and the balance in the introductions make this an enjoyable, worthwhile, and essential volume that will appeal to a broad audience of readers interested in the civil rights movement and human rights overall, as well as to historians and political scientists.

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Kaufman, Bob. Collected Poems of Bob Kaufman

Acutely aware of the contradictions between American ideals and its practices, Kaufman’s imaginative and jaggedly passionate poetry seems ripe for rediscovery. “When I die,” he wrote, “I won’t stay/ Dead.” This volume persuasively argues for his resurrection.
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