• Disability Visibility

    Disability Visibility

    In the powerful introduction to this collection, Wong reminds us that disability is not a monolith and that disability rights are civil rights. The collection sheds insight on topics that are rarely explored in mainstream works, including the difficulties of finding adaptive clothing, the dangerous mindset of the cure mentality, and the high rates of disability among LGBTQ people. -- Library Journal

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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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  • Footnotes

    Footnotes

    Gaines, Caseen

    Journalist Gaines (The Dark Crystal) unearths in this energetic, meticulously researched survey the story behind the 1921 musical Shuffle Along, the first show on Broadway that featured an "all-Black creative team." -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Hunger

    Hunger

    Gay, Roxane

    An intense, unsparingly honest portrait of childhood crisis and its enduring aftermath. -- Kirkus

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  • What the Eyes Don't See

    What the Eyes Don't See

    Hanna-Attisha, Mona

    This powerful firsthand account from Hanna-Attisha recalls her efforts to alert government officials to the public health disaster caused by lead in the water supply of Flint, Mich. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Kissing Bug

    The Kissing Bug

    Hernández, Daisy

    A deeply personal, unsparing analysis of how neglected diseases disproportionately affect marginalized peoples in the world’s richest country—and why they need not. -- Kirkus

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  • Still Here

    Still Here

    Jackson, Reagan E. J.

    Jackson writes with both perspective and purpose, illuminating stories that reflect the mosaic of stories comprised in Seattle. -- publisher's copy

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  • Good Talk

    Good Talk

    Jacob, Mira

    A novelist explores the perils and joys of parenting, marriage, and love in this showstopping memoir about race in America. -- Kirkus

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