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Lost in Work

by Amelia Horgan

'A brilliant, searing exposé of the lies underpinning work' - Owen Jones

'Work hard, get paid.' It's simple. Self-evident. But it's also a lie—at least for most of us. For people today, the old assumptions...


Above the Law

by Ben Cohen & Michael "Killer Mike" Render

Qualified Immunity (QI) is a legal principle which Reuters describes as “a nearly failsafe tool to let police brutality go unpunished and deny victims their constitutional rights.” Originally intended to...


Facing Reality

by Charles Murray

The charges of white privilege and systemic racism that are tearing the country apart fIoat free of reality. Two known facts, long since documented beyond reasonable doubt, need to be brought into the open and...


The New White Nationalism in Politics and Higher Education

by Michael H. Gavin

The New White Nationalism in Politics and Higher Education analyzes a new form of white nationalism that seeks to recruit mainstream citizens to achieve its goals. This New White Nationalism sees higher education,...


Getting Smart about Race

by Margaret L. Andersen

Racial tension in America has become a recurring topic of conversation in politics, the media, and everyday life. There are numerous explanations as to why this has become a predominant subject in today’s...


Border Crossings

by Mohammad Chowdhury

  • Mohammad Chowdhury was one of the first British-born Bangladeshis to study at Oxford, and he is now a senior partner at a global consulting firm.
  • He is a go-to expert on emerging markets for the BBC, the Financial...


The Skull Measurer’s Mistake

by Sven Lindqvist

Enlightening stories of courageous eighteenth- and nineteenth-century men and women who defied the racial prejudices of their communities

In this unique book, Sven Lindqvist, author of the acclaimed “Exterminate...


Flying Kites

by Project Novel Graphic Stanford

This book combines two popular book genres on the market now: graphic novels and political books. According to Sheridan Magazine, these two genres of books are rising in popularity and will likely continue to...


Refusing Death

by Nadia Y. Kim

The industrial-port belt of Los Angeles is home to eleven of the top twenty oil refineries in California, the largest ports in the country, and those "racist monuments" we call freeways. In this uncelebrated...


Where American Presidents Stood on Slavery, Race and Racism in America

by Sharon Zea Rincon & W. D. Palmer

Our goal with this project was to inform the readers about the stances each American President had on race and how it affected their policy. We researched this topic to the best of our ability as many of these...


The Ku Klux Klan in the Southwest

by Charles C. Alexander

This is a study of a disturbing phenomenon in American society -- the Ku Klux Klan -- and that eruption of nativism, racism and moral authoritarianism during the 1920s in the four states of the Southwest --...


Mark Twain And The South

by Arthur G. Pettit

The South was many things to Mark Twain: boyhood home, testing ground for manhood, and the principal source of creative inspiration. Although he left the South while a young man, seldom to return, it remained...


A Letter to My White Friends and Colleagues

by Steven S. Rogers

Learn how to address racial wealth disparity in the United States today

From the life, professional experiences, and research of former Harvard Business School professor Steven Rogers, comes his boldly stated,...


When the Stars Begin to Fall

by Theodore Roosevelt Johnson Iii

“Racism is an existential threat to America,” Theodore R. Johnson declares at the start of his profound and exhilarating book. It is a refutation of the American Promise enshrined in our Constitution that...


Plantation Memories

by Grada Kilomba

Plantation Memories is a compilation of episodes of everyday racism written in the form of short psychoanalytical stories. From the question “Where do you come from?” to Hair Politics to the N-word, the...


An Educational Journey to Deanship

by Terence Hicks

An Educational Journey to Deanship: A Memoir explores and highlights achievements and stories of success throughout the author's academic and administrative experiences. Specifically, this book includes photographs...


Why We Fight

by Shane Burley & Natasha Lennard

  • While traditional media struggles to keep up with the rapidly evolving world of fascists, white nationalists, and the far-right, journalist Shane Burley has stayed ahead of the curve, updating his readers'...


Why We Fight

by Shane Burley & Natasha Lennard

  • While traditional media struggles to keep up with the rapidly evolving world of fascists, white nationalists, and the far-right, journalist Shane Burley has stayed ahead of the curve, updating his readers'...


Rich Thanks to Racism

by Jim Freeman

More than fifty years after the civil rights movement, there are still glaring racial inequities all across the United States. In Rich Thanks to Racism, Jim Freeman, one of the country's leading civil rights...


Rich Thanks to Racism

by Jim Freeman

More than fifty years after the civil rights movement, there are still glaring racial inequities all across the United States. In Rich Thanks to Racism, Jim Freeman, one of the country's leading civil rights...