“[This book] took me away from a one-dimensional, Western interpretation of women’s rights and inspired me to be more of a critical thinker. Marji is one of my favorite strong female characters (or characters in general) of all time.”
How do you start a conversation with children on America’s legacy of racial injustice? You tell them the story of an artist who confronted segregation and exposed that legacy. How the Photographer Captured Black & White America, by Gordon Parks
Race Matters – Cornel West Cornel West, a breathtakingly articulate author and racial historian has written a collectively unprecedented book on the culture classes in America. “Race Matters”, originally written in 1993 has remained current with its poignant and precise examination of the internal and external challenges facing Black people in America. West moves flawlessly from topic to topic while successfully linking the importance of each issue.