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It Was Always a Choice: Picking Up the Baton of Athlete Activism

Highly recommended for all readers of all ages. Steele’s work shares new insights on activism in American athletics and particularly keys in on the consequences of athletes’ protests.
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Before Crips: Fussin’, Cussin’, and Discussin’ Among South Los Angeles Juvenile Gangs

A sympathetic view of early youth gangs in Los Angeles, before they became known for crime. For academic readers.
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Beethoven in Beijing: Stories from the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Historic Journey to China

Fans of classical music will enjoy reading about one of the most important cultural events of the 20th century, while students of history will appreciate this account of a pivotal moment in U.S.-China relations.
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Pack the Court! Defense of Supreme Court Expansion

While unabashedly partisan, Feldman’s work is a must-read in the present debate. It offers keen analysis of more than a half-century of the court’s anti-democratic ideological bent.
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Artists of Wyeth Country: Howard Pyle, N. C. Wyeth, and Andrew Wyeth

This readable title will appeal to readers interested in the art of the Brandywine School or Revolutionary War history.
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Allies and Obstacles: Disability Activism and Parents of Children with Disabilities

An extensively researched resource that provides a look into the world of disability advocacy. This scholarly book is ideal for academic libraries, though public libraries should also consider this for health collections.
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