• All of Me

    All of Me

    This book covers topics of social and economic justice, creativity, racism, transgender perspectives, sexuality, sex work, addiction and recovery, reproductive rights, assault, relationship dynamics, families, fitting and not fitting in, radical self-care, witchcraft, and more. -- publisher's copy

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  • All We Can Save

    All We Can Save

    A well-curated collection with many ideas for ways large and small to save the planet. -- Kirkus

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  • Black Lives Matter at School

    Black Lives Matter at School

    An essential collection of essays, interviews, poems, resolutions, and more from educators, students, and activists who have been building the Black Lives Matter at School movement across the country. -- publisher's copy

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  • Choice Words

    Choice Words

    Finch has drawn together writers across time (from the 16th century to the present), place, race, ethnicity, gender, age, and culture who offer stark, often wrenching revelations. -- Kirkus

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  • Deciding for Ourselves

    Deciding for Ourselves

    This anthology explores contemporary examples of autonomous, directly democratic spaces and the real-world dilemmas they experience, all the while underscoring the egalitarian ways of life that are collectively generated in them. -- publisher's copy

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  • 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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  • Drawing Power

    Drawing Power

    #MeToo is elaborated as a movement, not just a moment, in this diverse, unblinkingly honest anthology of autobiographical comics. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Four Hundred Souls

    Four Hundred Souls

    Bestseller Kendi and historian Blain 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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  • Headcase

    Headcase

    A groundbreaking collection of personal reflections and artistic representations illustrating the intersection of mental wellness, illness, and LGBTQ identity, as well as the lasting impact of historical views equating queer and trans identity with mental illness. -- publisher's copy

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  • How We Go Home

    How We Go Home

    Aiming to make oral history more accessible, Sinclair partnered with the non-profit Voice of Witness to collect the stories of Indigenous people in the United States and Canada. -- Library Journal

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