From feminism to mental health and current events, these graphic novels and graphic nonfiction books, like Paying the Land by Joe Sacco, can educate you on things that matter.
What's the Library Freedom Project and what does it do? Learn more about the LFP and how it advocates for patrons’ digital privacy and safety.
Deepen your political education while you do the work with these reads, including Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women’s Digital Resistance by Moya Bailey.
We're taking a critical look at community helpers in children's books, including how they're depicted and who they're depicted as serving.
Are these the end times? Who knows! Settle into this current quasi-dystopian reality with recent books by American writers of color.
These nonfiction books about revolutions and uprisings focus on people and movements fueled by the need for a more just world and a better future.
The books include extraordinary stories by and about radical women who considered themselves to be links in the chain in the battle for social justice.
Get empowered to organize and enact change with these three YA nonfiction books about activism and social issues affecting teens today!
Whether you want to eat healthier, break a habit, see the world differently, or want an amazing read, take a look at these books that will change your life.
When a reread of BLACK BEAUTY gives you actual hope for the future (even in 2018, yep). On finding social justice themes in BLACK BEAUTY.