Discrimination

Toward Right Relationship with America's Native Peoples

Paula Palmer
Paula Palmer

Paula Palmer is leading an effort to tackle one part of America's dismal past with respect to Native Americans. Through a project called Toward Right Relationship with America's Native Peoples, she is engaging Quakers and the wider world in a kind of Truth & Reconciliation work. One step is an eyes-wide-open look at the well-meaning attrocities done by the Indian Boarding Schools and the groups, like Quakers, who led the effort.

Letting My Peaches Go - Liberating Black Thought

Janet Cheatham Bell
Janet Cheatham Bell

Not All Poor People Are Black (and other things we need to think more about) is a collection of essays by Janet Cheatham Bell, treating the reader to the insights and experiences of a strong African American woman from Indiana. Janet speaks movingly, honestly, and inspirationally of racism, spirituality, politics, and much more. With astonishing candor and humble brilliance, Janet opens eyes and minds.

I Ain't Marching Anymore - A Sister's Tribute to Phil Ochs

Sonny Ochs
I Ain't Marching Anymore - A Sister's Tribute to Phil Ochs

Sonny Ochs, sister to folk legend Phil Ochs, has helped carry forward the powerful legacy of Phil's music. On almost every topic - war, prejudice, immigration, etc - the songs are as meaningful today as back in the 60-70's. Just released, the documentary, Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune.

Segregated Blackball to Major Leagues - The Saga of Satchel Paige

Larry Tye
Segregated Blackball to Major Leagues - The Saga of Satchel Paige

Larry Tye's recent book is SATCHEL: The Life and Times of an American Legend. Satchel Paige was a trail-blazer in the times when African-Americans were segregated from whites in their neighborhoods, schools, drinking fountains and on the ball field and Larry Tye chronicles Satchel's long march to color-blind recognition with the feel of an gripping adventure.

Racial Innocence - Civil Rights, Racism, Dolls & Uncle Tom's Cabin

Robin Bernstein
Racial Innocence - Civil Rights, Racism, Dolls & Uncle Tom's Cabin

Robin Bernstein traces the roots & mechanisms of racism in Racial Innocence: Performing American Childhood from Slavery to Civil Rights. Robin's piercing analysis and thorough research ferret out gems of both fact and insight, providing powerful resources for those working to reduce racism and its propaganda.

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