The New Race

William H.H. Johnson

Reprints in one volume The Life of Wm. H.H. Johnson and The Horrors of Slavery. Includes an afterword by Wayde Compton

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781771124140
  • Publication Date: Nov 2022
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Growing Gardens, Building Power

Justin Sean Myers

Across the United States marginalized communities are organizing to address social, economic, and environmental inequities through building community food systems rooted in the principles of social justice.  But how exactly are communities doing this work, why are residents tackling these issues through food, what are their successes, and what barriers are they encountering?  This book dives into the heart of the food justice movement through an exploration of East New York Farms! (ENYF!), one of the oldest food justice organizations in Brooklyn. 

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780813589008
  • Publication Date: Oct 2022
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The American Historical Imaginary

Caroline Guthrie

The American Historical Imaginary: Contested Narratives of the Past in Mass Culture analyzes the shared understanding of America’s past that is formed through entertainment, education, and politics. Caroline Guthrie examines our historical imaginary and argues it is crucial to understanding our national identity. 

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  • ISBN: 9781978818804
  • Publication Date: Oct 2022
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Way Down in the Hole

Angela J. Hattery

Based on ethnographic observations and interviews with inmates, correctional officers, and civilian staff that conducted in solitary confinement units, Way Down in the Hole explores the myriad ways in which daily, intimate interactions between those locked up twenty-four hours a day and the correctional officers charged with their care, custody, and control produce and reproduce hegemonic racial ideologies. 

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781978823792
  • Publication Date: Oct 2022
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Indigenous Media Arts in Canada

Dana Claxton

A timely and crucial collection of essays and conversations focused on Indigenous-settler cultural politics and the ethics of Indigenous representation in Canada’s media arts that explores issues of narrative sovereignty, cultural identity, cultural resistance and decolonizing creative practices.

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  • ISBN: 9781771125413
  • Publication Date: Oct 2022
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Performing Female Blackness

Naila Keleta-Mae

Examines race, gender and nation in Black life using critical race, feminist and performance studies methodologies. Written in poetry, prose and journal-form and drawing from the author’s own life and artistic works, this book examines what performances of female blackness reveal about race, gender and nation in Canada.

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  • ISBN: 9781771124805
  • Publication Date: Oct 2022
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In the Shadow of Tungurahua

A.J. Faas

In the Shadow of Tungurahua is about villagers learning to co-live with an active volcano while adapting to disasters largely produced by a protean state’s attempts to settle and govern its rural margins. It’s also about people responding creatively to cooperate, confront hardships, and craft new futures through locally derived disaster recovery projects and politics. 

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  • ISBN: 9781978831568
  • Publication Date: Oct 2022
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Why Men Hurt Women and Other Reflections on Love, Violence and Masculinity

Kopano Ratele

Peppered with conversations, observations, and reflections on his personal experiences, work with men, and scholarship, Kopano Ratele meditates on love, violence and masculinity in this book at whose centre is the question of why men hurt others and themselves. 

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781776147632
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Preventing Child Maltreatment in the US

Melissa Philips

Child maltreatment occurs in the Black community at higher rates than any other racial group. Through a feminist and womanist lens, the authors unpack the factors impacting the Black community that lead to maltreatment of Black children. This book offers resources and guidance for preventing maltreatment, promoting health and wellness, and to empower Black children. 

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781978820647
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Preventing Child Maltreatment in the US

Royleen J Ross

This book embraces a decolonizing praxis that emphasizes a broader understanding of Native American/Alaska Native child maltreatment and utilizes an Indigenous-feminist lens to conceptualize, treat, intervene, and promote wellness. Specifically, this book examines child maltreatment through the intersection of feminist, multicultural, and prevention/wellness promotion lenses. This state of the art text interconnects Native elders/scholars' stories (brief case studies) with historical context, theory, and culturally-informed as well as trauma-informed approaches of treating Native Americans/Alaska Native populations.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781978821101
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Preventing Child Maltreatment in the US

Esther J. Calzada

This book examines core concepts relevant to Latinx families as they relate to child maltreatment. Utilizing cases of three families, child maltreatment in Latinx families is contextualized within the pervasive structural racism and inequality in the United States while the resilience and strengths of Latinx families are highlighted.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781978822887
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Chinese Americans in the Heartland

Huping Ling

Focused on the Heartland cities of Chicago, Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri, this book draws rich evidences from various government records, personal stories and interviews, and media reports, and sheds light on the commonalities and uniqueness of the region, as compared to the Asian American communities on the East and West Coast and Hawaii. Some of the poignant stories such as “the Three Moy Brothers,” “Alla Lee,” and “Save Sam Wah Laundry” told in the book are powerful reflections of Asian American history.

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781978826298
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Cruel but Not Unusual

Ramona Alaggia

3RD EDITION. A comprehensive picture of the scope of violence in all types of Canadian families and intimate relationships. Inclusive focus and multi-faceted examination and integration of research, policies and practice addressing the roots, laws, theory, incidence, dynamics, intervention in and prevention of, violence in Canadian families.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781771125352
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Preventing Child Maltreatment

Milton A Fuentes

This book examines core multicultural concepts (e.g., intersectionality, acculturation, spirituality, oppression) as they relate to child maltreatment in the United States. Specifically, this book examines child maltreatment through the interaction of feminist, multicultural and prevention/wellness promotion lenses. Five case studies, which are introduced early on are revisited to help the readers make important and meaningful connections between theory and practice.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781978822573
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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From Honolulu to Brooklyn

Joel S. Franks

Arguably the most famous baseball team outside of the major leagues in the early twentieth century, the Travelers from Hawai’i barnstormed the American mainland from 1912 to 1916. During their journeys and after, team leader and star Buck Lai and his teammates encountered racism and colonialism while asserting their humanity in a variety of ways.

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781978829268
  • Publication Date: Sep 2022
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Southern Beauty

Elizabeth Bronwyn Boyd

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780820362328
  • Publication Date: Aug 2022
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Michael Chiago

Michael Chiago

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780816544752
  • Publication Date: Aug 2022
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Net Neutrality and the Struggle for the Open Internet

Danny Kimball

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780472038596
  • Publication Date: Aug 2022
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Thirty-two New Takes on Taiwan Cinema

Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh

A film-by-film introduction to Taiwan cinema and cultures

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9780472075461
  • Publication Date: Aug 2022
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More than Cricket and Football

Joel Nathan Rosen

A passport to the many nations, sports stars, and sports across the globe

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781496840905
  • Publication Date: Aug 2022
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