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    Picture of 1932 Census of The Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

    1932 Census of The Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

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    25 Events That Shaped Asian American History

    This book provides detailed and engaging narratives about 25 pivotal events in Asian American history, celebrates Asian Americans' contributions to U.S. history, and examines the ways their experiences have shaped American culture. Asian Americans have made significant contributions to American history, society, and culture.
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    A Critical Synergy

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    A Different Mirror

    Ronald Takaki's beloved revisionist history of America, praised by Howard Zinn as "a bold and refreshing new approach to our national history," now featuring a foreword from Clint Smith, author of the award-winning #1 bestseller How the Word Is Passed.
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    A Terrible Thing to Waste

    A powerful indictment of the notion of hereditary intelligence, A Terrible Thing to Waste shows how environmental racism drives the black-white IQ gap and explains what can be done to remedy its toxic effects on marginalized communities.
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    Activism in the Name of God

    Celebrates twelve Black feminists who have made an indelible mark not just on Black women's intellectual history but on American intellectual history in general. The volume calls attention to the creativity of Black women who galvanized their readers, listeners, and fellow activists to seek justice for the oppressed.
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    Activist Media

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    Adivasi Art and Activism

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    Aesthetics of Excess

    Analyzing the personal clothing, makeup, and hairstyles of working-class Black and Latina girls, Jillian Hernandez examines how cultural discourses of aesthetic value racialize the bodies of women and girls of color.