Activism shifts with the times. Take a look at the activism of today and the future with these books about digital activism.
Get inspired by these great nonfiction books about environmentalists who have advocated to preserve and protect the natural world, including titles like Unbowed by Wangari Maathi.
Explore the ties between the women's suffrage movement and labor activism through these books about walkouts and disasters and Black women's labor activism.
Gain a better understanding of this moment in time through these nonfiction and fiction books about Black movements and racism in America.
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These nonfiction books about racism toward Asian Americans are all too timely as the COVID-19 pandemic incites xenophobia and attacks.
Waiting for your favorite celeb to start a book club so you can combine your book love with your fandom? Well, it can't hurt to dream.
Get empowered to organize and enact change with these three YA nonfiction books about activism and social issues affecting teens today!
Check out these romances about activism and swoon to stories about people who want to do what’s right, and doing it while falling in love.
Memoirs about experiences with abortion, ethical arguments from abortion providers, how to survive a post-Roe America, and more.
In honor of those who hoped the First World War would actually be the War to End All Wars, here Remembrance Day books that envision a demilitarized future.
Prepare the kid in your life to confront obstacles, and to be aware of social issues, with these children's books about activism.
While there is a large amount of non-fiction concerning the dismantling of gun rhetoric in the US, these five book reflect by the inclusivity of the #MarchForOurLives
Young people are becoming more heard in issues that affect them: gun violence, climate change, sexism, police brutality, and more. Here are a few teen guides to activism to encourage safe and effective protesting and change-making.