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A People's History of the Supreme Court|
The Men and Women Whose Cases and Decisions Have Shaped Our Constitution, Revised Edition
Recent changes in the Supreme Court have placed the venerable institution at the forefront of current affairs, making this comprehensive and engaging work as timely as ever.
The People Look Like Flowers At Last|
the gas line is leaking, the bird is gone from the
cage, the skyline is dotted with vultures;
Benny finally got off the stuff and Betty now has a job
as a waitress; and
the chimney sweep was quite delicate as he
giggled up through the
To Die for the People|
A fascinating, first-person account of a historic era in the struggle for black empowerment in America
The People in the Trees|
This novel is not for the faint of heart, but if you dig invented biography and imagined science, and you're up for a true anti-hero, then this is going to be your new favorite.
—Recommended by Erin, City Lights Books
Dear White People|
A Guide to Inter-Racial Harmony in "Post-Racial" America
In the satirical tradition of the New York Times bestseller Stuff White People Like comes this witty companion book to the "incredibly entertaining" (Indiewire) film of the same name, which “heralds a fresh and funny new voice” (Variety).
Right out of college, Justin Simien wrote a screenplay about the nuanced experiences of four black students.
An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States|
2015 Recipient of the American Book Award
Today in the United States, there are more than five hundred federally recognized Indigenous nations comprising nearly three million people, descendants of the fifteen million Native people who once inhabited this land.
How to Talk Dirty & Influence People|
During the course of a career that began in the late 1940s, Lenny Bruce challenged the sanctity of organized religion and other societal and political conventions; he widened the boundaries of free speech. Critic Ralph Gleason said, "So many taboos have been lifted and so many comics have rushed through the doors Lenny opened.