Hitler’s American Model by Prof. James Whitman tells how German attorneys studied U.S. law, culture and history to develop the legal underpinnings of German fascism.
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A lyrical look by poet-revolutionary Nellie Wong on sense of self as an Asian American woman versus the racist perceptions of others.
“Summer of Soul” captures the Black music and political spirit of concert-goers in an era of protest against racism and the Vietnam war.
The Transgender Issue is a sophisticated and compelling argument for justice, demanding that the scapegoating of transgender people must stop!
U.S. Women’s Soccer team wins an important battle against the U.S. Soccer Federation in the war for equal pay.
How Black mothers fought their own war on poverty.
The explosive history of the CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations), whose innovative techniques and organizing concepts shook the power structure to its core.
No Local, by Greg Sharzer, asks the question if establishing and supporting small-scale ethical enterprises is the route to making the world a better place.
As a Black woman who faced trauma from childhood on, Franklin fought back through her activism and her music.
When women move, so does the struggle – that’s clear from this fascinating graphic novel about Lebanese feminists’ historical battles, and the commonality of their struggles worldwide.