A lyrical memoir by the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement urges readers to understand the movement's position of love, humanity and justice, challenging perspectives that have negatively labeled the movement's activists while calling for essential political changes. Co-written by the award-winning author of The Prisoner's Wife.
A Harvard sociologist examines the challenge of eviction as a cause of poverty in America, revealing how people are forced from their homes and reduced to cycles of extreme disadvantage that are reinforced by legal systems
A compelling firsthand account of the Flint water crisis traces how 100,000 Americans were poisoned by lead in their water supply with the government's awareness, tracing the pediatrician author's efforts to prove exposure in the face of brutal backlash.
The disability advocate and creator of the Instagram account @sitting_pretty offers an honest look at disability and its effects on identity, love, money and self-worth by processing a lifetime of memories to paint a beautiful portrait of a body that looks and moves differently.
A first book by the prominent journalist and LGBTQIA+ activist shares personal essays that chronicle his childhood, adolescence and college years as a Black queer youth, exploring subjects ranging from gender identity and toxic masculinity to structural marginalization and Black joy.