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How We Do It
Edited by: Jericho Brown
Product Code: 9168
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Amistad
Publication Date: 07/04/2023

An anthology curated by Black writers for the creation and proliferation of Black thought.

Price: $18.99
Humanizing Immigration
Author: Bill Ong Hing
Product Code: 9316
Binding Info: Hardback
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: 10/24/2023

First book to argue that immigrant and refugee rights are part of the fight for racial justice; offers a humanitarian approach to reform and abolition

Available for Preorder!

Price: $26.95
I Wish I Could Tell You
Author: Jean-François Séncéhal   Illustrated by: Chiaki Okada
Product Code: 9187
Binding Info: Hardback
Publisher: Abrams Books
Publication Date: 08/15/2023

I Wish I Could Tell You is a touching, poetic tale that wrestles with the complex emotions we feel when we lose someone close to us, from an award-winning children's book author.

Price: $18.99
Injustice and the Care of Souls, Second Edition
Editors: Cheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook, Karen B. Montagno
Product Code: 9180
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 09/12/2023

The practice of pastoral care cannot escape the realities of injustices and oppression that often operate in the context where caregiving happens.

Price: $39.00
Let This Radicalize You
Authors: Mariame Kaba, Kelly Hayes   Foreword by: Maya Schenwar   Afterword by: Harsha Walia
Product Code: 9165
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Haymarket
Publication Date: 05/16/2023

What fuels and sustains activism and organizing when it feels like our worlds are collapsing? Let This Radicalize You is a practical and imaginative resource for activists and organizers building power in an era of destabilization and catastrophe.

Price: $17.95
Loving Our Own Bones
Author: Julia Watts Belser
Product Code: 9308
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: 09/12/2023

A spiritual companion and political manifesto that cuts through objectification and inspiration alike to offer a powerful new account of disability in biblical narrative and contemporary culture

For disabled people in religious communities, their families, and clergy and congregants

Price: $29.95
Management in a Changing World
Literary editor: Jakada Imani   Authors: Monna Wong, Beth Ahuja
Product Code: 9179
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Wiley
Publication Date: 05/01/2023

Magnify your real-world impact as you lead others in a social change organization

Price: $32.00
Author: Jen Soriano
Product Code: 9184
Binding Info: Hardback
Publisher: Amistad
Publication Date: 08/22/2023

Activist Jen Soriano brings to light the lingering impacts of transgenerational trauma and uses science, history, and family stories to flow toward transformation in this powerful collection that brings together the lyric storytelling, cultural exploration, and thoughtful analysis of The Argonauts, The Woman Warrior, What My Bones Know, and Minor Feelings.

Price: $29.99
No Meat Required
Author: Alicia Kennedy
Product Code: 9302
Binding Info: Hardback
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: 08/15/2023

A culinary and cultural history of plant-based eating in the United States that delves into the subcultures and politics that have defined alternative food—Diet for a Small Planet for a new generation

Price: $25.95
On Repentance and Repair
Author: Danya Ruttenberg
Product Code: 9307
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: 09/12/2023

The 2023-2024 UUA Common Read

A crucial new lens on repentance, atonement, forgiveness, and repair from harm—from personal transgressions to our culture’s most painful and unresolved issues


Price: $18.00
One Drop
Author: Yaba Blay
Product Code: 9310
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: 09/19/2023

Challenges narrow perceptions of Blackness as both an identity and lived reality to understand the diversity of what it means to be Black in the US and around the world

Price: $22.95
Our History Has Always Been Contraband
Edited bys: Colin Kaepernick, Robin D. G. Kelley, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Product Code: 9170
Binding Info: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Haymarket
Publication Date: 07/04/2023

"The centuries-long attack on Black history represents a strike against our very worth, brilliance, and value. We’re ready to fight back. And when we fight, we win." —Colin Kaepernick

Price: $19.95
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