This unflinching visual and literary tour-de-force tackles the most pressing issues of the day—including racism, patriarchy, gentrification, police violence, and the housing crisis—with humor and biting satire.
This resource offers a powerful way to engage students, teachers, and community groups in honest dialogue about the ongoing problems of racism and what we can do to address them.
This fascinating book on race in America begins with an exploration of the moment in time when "white people," as a separate and distinct group of humanity, were invented through legislation and the enactment of laws. The book provides a thorough examination of the underlying reasons as well as the ways in which "white people" were created.
Kivel helps parents grapple with the complex forces in our sons' lives, including racism, homophobia, pornography, drugs, classism, consumerism, sex, and living in violent environments.
Crash Course is a collection of essays by some of the country’s most prominent anti-racism writers, scholars and activists. It looks at the film through different lenses and from varied perspectives, providing a context and framework for those using the film in educational settings as a tool to talk about race and racism.
Dolores Huerta is among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history. An equal partner in co-founding the first farm workers unions with Cesar Chavez, her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized. Dolores tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice, becoming one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century. From acclaimed filmmaker Peter Bratt, comes this award-winning documentary that is a testament to the life of an extraordinary woman.
Edited by Charmaine L. Wijeyesinghe, this volume demonstrates how intersectionality informs and enhances student affairs practice in the areas of student identity theory, programming, research, coalition building, residential life, service-learning, international student services, and strategic planning in significant and transformative ways.
A 8 lesson curriculum to accompany the DVD of the live show written and performed by Ariel Luckey
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A young white man's search for his roots takes him from the streets of Oakland to the prairies of Wyoming on an unforgettable journey into the heart of American history.
This book will significantly benefit those interested in learning more about diversity and inclusion at community colleges and will provide insight into strategic diversity leadership.
Written by Victor Lewis and Hugh Vasquez, "Lessons from "The Color of Fear" is an educational 4 volume curriculm designed for use with the ground-breaking film "The Color of Fear"(TCOF). Available as a PDF with a DVD.
A powerful new resource for classrooms and families, this 20 minute film promotes racial and ethnic identity in all children, highlighting the multiracial experience. Includes Action Booklet to facilitate dialogue and activities. ON SALE! $15 Reg. price $20
Playing While White argues that whiteness matters in sports culture, both on and off the field. Offering critical analysis of athletic stars such as Johnny Manziel, Marshall Henderson, Jordan Spieth, Lance Armstrong, Josh Hamilton, as well as the predominantly white cultures of NASCAR and extreme sports, David Leonard identifies how whiteness is central to the commodification of athletes and the sports they play.
Reproductive Justice is a first-of-its-kind primer that provides a comprehensive yet succinct description of the field. Written by two legendary scholar-activists, Reproductive Justice introduces students to an intersectional analysis of race, class, and gender politics.
A radical feminist history and street art resource for inspired readers! This book combines short biographies with striking and usable stencil images of thirty women—activists, feminists, freedom-fighters, and visionaries.
Re-creating nursery rhymes and fairy tales, this radical coloring book takes anecdotes from the lives of real kids and mixes them with classic tales to create true-to-life characters, situations and resolutions. SALE PRICE $8 Reg. Price $10
A challenge to the cultural tradition of corporal punishment in Black homes and its connections to racial violence in America.
By Dena R. Samuels, The Culturally Inclusive Educator asks educators to consider what they can do differently to create a welcoming, inclusive, and exciting environment for the 21st century. Based on the author’s national research and consulting work, this book examines the discrepancy between the current educational cultural climate and the need for educators and their institutions to prepare for a growing multicultural population.
The End of Patriarchy asks one key question: what do we need to create stable and decent human communities that can thrive in a sustainable relationship with the larger living world? Robert Jensen’s answer is feminism and a critique of patriarchy.
The Latinos of Asia offers a window into both the racial consciousness of everyday people and the changing racial landscape of American society.
Author Neda Maghbouleh documents Iranian Americans' shifting racial status. Drawing on never-before-analyzed historical and legal evidence, she captures the unique experience of an immigrant group trapped between legal racial invisibility and everyday racial hyper-visibility.
One out of every hundred adults in the U.S. is in prison. This book provides a crash course in what drives mass incarceration, the human and community costs, and how to stop the numbers from going even higher. This volume collects the three comic books published by the Real Cost of Prisons Project. The stories and statistical information in each comic book are thoroughly researched and documented.
This book is for activists engaging with dynamic questions of how to create and support effective movements for visionary systemic change. Chris Crass’s collection of essays and interviews presents us with powerful lessons for transformative organizing through offering a firsthand look at the challenges and the opportunities of anti-racist work in white communities, feminist work with men, and bringing women of color feminism into the heart of social movements.
Towards the "Other America" is a call to action to end white silence and a manual on how to do it. In addition to his own soul-searching essays and practical organizing advice in his “notes to activists," Chris Crass lifts up the voices of longtime white anti-racist leaders organizing in white communities for Black Lives Matter.
An historical analysis of how the Right has advanced its agenda and strategies used to gain political influence on campus.
Undivided Rights captures the evolving and largely unknown activist history of women of color organizing for reproductive justice—on their own behalf.
Completely revised and updated, this 4th edition of Uprooting Racism offers a framework around neoliberalism and interpersonal, institutional, and cultural racism, along with stories of resistance and white solidarity.
Features two of this country's leading racial and social justice scholar-activists discussing contemporary global politics.
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In this American Book Award-winning book, Iyer asks whether hate crimes should be considered domestic terrorism and explores the role of the state in perpetuating racism through detentions, national registration programs, police profiling, and constant surveillance. Reframing the discussion of race in America, she “reaches into the complexities of the many cultures that make up South Asia” (Publishers Weekly) and provides ideas from the front lines of post-9/11 America.
What does it mean to be white in a society that proclaims race meaningless, yet is deeply divided by race? In the face of pervasive racial inequality and segregation, most white people cannot answer that question. In the second edition of this seminal text, Robin DiAngelo reveals the factors that make this question so difficult: mis-education about what racism is; ideologies such as individualism and colorblindness; segregation; and the belief that to be complicit in racism is to be an immoral person.
A penetrating look at the U.S. ruling class--a rich and powerful portion of the population that owns most of the wealth, and who benefits from the way decisions are made in this country.