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Dave P., Scribd Editor
From the Editors

Ready to get real…

A collection of essays focusing on race, gender, and pop culture, full of wit, wisdom, and—even better—perspective. Read by Robinson herself, “You Can’t Touch My Hair” is a must-listen for anyone who’s ready to get real.

Alex P., Scribd Editor
From the Editors

Powerful & necessary…

In this book addressed to his teenage son, Coates handles the tragedy of America’s history of racism and the most recent displays of police violence with a poetry and an honesty that make the book impossible to put down.

Alex P., Scribd Editor
From the Editors

Activism & mourning…

This book from Trayvon Martin’s parents comes shortly before the fifth anniversary of his tragic death. An affecting depiction of the crime, the family’s grief, and the societal reaction and mobilization that followed his death, it’s at once a deeply intimate portrayal of a young man whose name is still remembered, and a story of the demand for justice and accountability that his end engendered.