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

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

Price: $18.99
The Country of the Blind
Author: Andrew Leland
Product Code: 9176
Publisher: Penguin Press
Publication Date: 07/18/2023
Format: Hardback

A witty, winning, and revelatory personal narrative of the author’s transition from sightedness to blindness and his quest to learn about blindness as a rich culture all its own

One of Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Books of 2023.

Price: $29.00
Touch the Future
Author: John Lee Clark
Product Code: 9203
Publisher: W.W. Norton
Publication Date: 10/17/2023
Format: Hardback

A revelatory collection of essays on the DeafBlind experience and the untapped potential of a new tactile language.

Price: $25.00
They Called Us Exceptional
Author: Prachi Gupta
Product Code: 9208
Publisher: Crown
Publication Date: 08/22/2023
Format: Hardback

An Indian American daughter reveals how the dangerous model minority myth fractured her family in this “searingly honest memoir that manages to be at once a scalding indictment and a heartfelt love letter” (Scott Stossel, author of My Age of Anxiety).

Price: $28.00
Author: Roxane Gay
Product Code: 9218
Publisher: Harper
Publication Date: 10/10/2023
Format: Hardback

From beloved and bestselling author Roxane Gay, “a strikingly fresh cultural critic” (Washington Post) comes an exhilarating collection of her essays on culture, politics, and everything in between.

Price: $30.00
bell hooks' Spiritual Vision
Author: Nadra Nittle
Product Code: 9225
Publisher: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 11/07/2023
Format: Paperback / softback

Widely heralded as a leading feminist scholar, bell hooks also identified as a Buddhist Christian who believed that love was the antidote to oppression. In bell hooks' Spiritual Vision, Nadra Nittle traces the spirituality in hooks' writings. The book shows hooks as a feminist and a believer who knit together her political and spiritual practices.

Price: $24.00
On Gold Hill
Author: Jaclyn Moyer
Product Code: 9326
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: 03/26/2024
Format: Hardback

A young South Asian American woman’s story of reconnecting with her identity, family, and heritage through sustainable farming

Price: $29.95
All the Things They Said We Couldn't Have
Author: T.C. Oakes-Monger
Product Code: 9231
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Publication Date: 01/19/2023
Format: Paperback / softback

Celebratory and empowering, these stories are a reminder of the power joy can bring.

Price: $18.95
Toni Morrison's Spiritual Vision
Author: Nadra Nittle
Product Code: 9238
Publisher: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 10/05/2021
Format: Paperback / softback

Nadra Nittle remembers and understands Morrison for all of who she was: a writer, a Black woman, and a person of complex faith.

Price: $24.00
Gender Queer
Author: Maia Kobabe
Product Code: 9257
Publisher: Oni Press
Publication Date: 05/28/2019
Format: Paperback / softback

2020 ALA Alex Award Winner
2020 Stonewall - Israel Fishman Non-fiction Award Honor Book

A useful and touching guide on gender identity - what it means and how to think about it—for advocates, friends, and humans everywhere

Price: $24.99
Hijab Butch Blues
Author: Lamya H
Product Code: 9249
Publisher: Dial Press
Publication Date: 02/06/2024
Format: Paperback / softback

A queer hijabi Muslim immigrant survives her coming-of-age by drawing strength and hope from stories in the Quran in this “raw and relatable memoir that challenges societal norms and expectations” (Linah Mohammad, NPR).

Price: $18.00
Searching for Solid Ground
Author: Reggie Harris   With: Linda Hansell
Product Code: 6621
Publisher: Skinner House Books
Publication Date: 04/16/2024
Format: Paperback / softback
Size: 8.5 X 5.5 Inches

An inspiring narrative of bridge-building, hope, and resilience from beloved folk musician Reggie Harris.

Price: $18.00
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