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Books I Recommend – Updated, Oct. 2020

Books remain indispensable during an era when information is proliferate but wisdom is scarce. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer paperback, hardcover, audio, or e-books; books are essential. With the possible exception of travel to new places and cultures, nothing compares to the deep learning and insights you garner–along with significant pleasure–when you plunge into […]

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Recommended Reading for Racial, Gender, Economic, and Social Justice (Updated, Oct. 2020)

Magee, Rhonda, The Inner Work of Racial Justice King Jr., Martin Luther, The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. Baldwin, James, The Fire Next Time Wilkerson, Isabel, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents Wilkerson, Isabel, The Warmth of Other Suns X, Malcolm, The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi, […]

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Book Review: We Were Eight Years in Power

“We were eight years in power,” said South Carolina congressman Thomas Miller in 1895, as white politicians, falsely accusing Reconstruction’s Black leadership of corruption and incompetency, passed new laws that fully restored white supremacy. “We had built schoolhouses, established charitable institutions, built and maintained the penitentiary system, provided for the education of the deaf and […]

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My Favorite Female Writers

My favorite female writers span several genres, and each woman has distinguished herself as a master of her craft. If the ones who are still living got together to form their own literature faculty, the school would be without rival: Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance, True Refuge, and Radical Compassion Toni Morrison, author of Beloved […]

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