Those of us who believe in equality and justice can find some hope in the jury’s decision to convict the three men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery. Arbery was targeted and victimized solely because of his race, and the jurors recognized that fact with their verdict.
Want to confront colonialism with your bookcase? These are some must reads we have for Native American Heritage Month.
“In my culture we have people who dress half-man, half-woman. Winkte, we call them in our language. If you are Winkte, that is an honorable term and you are a special human being and among my nation and all Plains people, we consider you a teacher of our children and are proud of what and who you are.”
This week is Trans Awareness Week; and our latest edition of “books to add to your To Be Read pile (TBR)”, includes A Year Without a Name by Cyrus Dunham and Stone Butch Blues by Leslie Feinberg, two must-reads on queerness and transgender identity.
For Native American History Month, we’ll be highlighting some of the issues the indigenous communities of the United States are dealing with, how we can support them, and how we can learn from them.
In our latest edition of “books to add to your To Be Read pile (TBR)”, we want to recommend three books that talk about some of the founding aspects of our country. And let’s face it, with all the talk about trying to keep Critical Race Theory and our country’s true history out of schools, books like these are not only appreciated but needed!