• Unsung

    Unsung

    Wide-ranging anthology of narratives and literary works related to slavery and its abolition in the U.S. As comprehensive a collection as now exists and one that should be required reading in history and literature courses. -- Kirkus

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  • We Are Here

    We Are Here

    Hernandez, Jasmin

    Curated by Jasmin Hernandez, the dynamic founder of Gallery Gurls, We Are Here presents the bold and nuanced work of Black and Brown visionaries transforming the art world, with a particular focus on queer, trans and nonbinary artists. -- publisher's copy

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  • Why We Cook

    Why We Cook

    Gardner, Lindsay

    The range of voices shine a light on racial diversity in the culinary world in this visually evocative, comforting book. Easy to dive into at any point when seeking inspiration or a sense of community through food and cooking. -- Library Journal

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  • A Whore's Manifesto

    A Whore's Manifesto

    Poet and activist Kassirer makes space for "a network of cis women, transwomen, and non-binary queers who perform a stylized version of womanhood for the gratification of clients" to tell their stories via free verse, prose, and visual art, in a raw, emotional collection. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • You Are your Best Thing

    You Are your Best Thing

    Essays on shame and vulnerability from a diverse array of Black thinkers. The writers powerfully articulate not only their challenges, but also their hope, resilience, and practical wisdom. -- Kirkus

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