• A Little Devil in America

    A Little Devil in America

    Abdurraqib, Hanif

    In this staggeringly intimate meditation, essayist and poet Abdurraqib (Go Ahead in the Rain), chronicles Black performance in American culture. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Trayvon Generation

    The Trayvon Generation

    Alexander, Elizabeth

    Poet and scholar Alexander expands on her viral New Yorker essay and examines the power of Black art and culture to articulate the ongoing violence against Black people in America.

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  • The Second

    The Second

    Anderson, Carol

    Anderson (White Rage) takes an illuminating look at how U.S. laws and customs around gun ownership have been used to subjugate Black Americans. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Seattle From the Margins

    Seattle From the Margins

    Asaka, Megan

    Uncovering a history that has been erased and distorted, Asaka explores the critical role seasonal migrant workers, largely Indigenous and Asian people, played in the development of Seattle.

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  • The Secret to Superhuman Strength

    The Secret to Superhuman Strength

    Bechdel, Alison

    Bechdel (Are You My Mother?) makes a welcome return with this dense, finely wrought deep dive into her lifelong fixation with exercise as a balm for a variety of needs. -- Publishers Weekly

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Unraveled

    Unraveled

    Bédat, Maxine

    Bédat, founder of the New Standard Institute, traces the life cycle of an average pair of jeans "from farm to landfill" in this rich exposé of the fast fashion industry. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Broken Horses

    Broken Horses

    Carlile, Brandi

    Carlile, a multiple Grammy Award--winning musician, recalls the pivotal events that shaped her music and identity in this captivating memoir. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Our Team

    Our Team

    Epplin, Luke

    Sportswriter Epplin debuts with an inspirational account of the rise of the newly racially integrated 1940s Cleveland Indians, focusing on four remarkable men--players Larry Doby, Bob Feller, and Satchel Paige, and team owner Bill Veeck. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Somebody's Daughter

    Somebody's Daughter

    Ford, Ashley C.

    Journalist Ford debuts with a blistering yet tender account of growing up with an incarcerated father. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Four Hundred Souls

    Four Hundred Souls

    Bestseller Kendi (How to Be an Antiracist) and historian Blain (Set the World on Fire) present an engrossing anthology of essays, biographical sketches, and poems by Black writers tracing the history of the African American experience from the arrival of the first slaves in 1619 to the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement. -- Publishers Weekly

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