Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson presents an indispensable overview of racism in the United States and its economic and social impacts.
An Arc That Doesn’t Bend
Will America ever achieve racial justice? And how should Black Americans live while it doesn’t? An influential Black intellectual offers a bleak assessment of the prospects for justice in America, and advice for living in…
Startling Candor and Grace
Barack Obama grabs and holds your attention with his openness, absence of cynicism and willingness to share the backstage drama of his first term’s successes and failures.
A Good Antiracist Is Hard to Find
All white Americans are racists, according to sociologist Robin DiAngelo. In White Fragility, she explores the compelling reasons why white progressives, against their own convictions, continue to perpetrate racial injustices and resist necessary conversations about race.
A Towering Presence
The late Congressman John Lewis details his journey from a young sharecropper to a civil rights pioneer crossing that famous bridge where he and other activists changed American history.
A Primer on British Racism
In 2014, British journalist Reni Eddo-Lodge stopped having conversations with white people about race: They weren’t listening. For those who are listening now, her book offers an essential education on Black history in Britain, structural…
Blunt Heartfelt Advice
In this indispensable guide, Nigerian-American New York Times best-selling author Ijeoma Oluo explores how – and why – to talk about race and racism.
How to Be an Antiracist
A personal, thorough perspective on racism and American life.