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The social and cultural inclusion for Black and Brown people continues to be one of the pressing concerns in the 21st century. This pathbreaking collection of works in Contemporary Debates in Social Justice encourages a multi-discipline approach to examining the existing societal injustices affecting Black and Brown communities across the United States. In its exploration of Black and Brown life, this book considers issues of health, political, criminal justice, and educational inequalities.
Author(s): William T. Hoston
Listen to Me Now, or Listen to Me Later: A Memoir of Academic Success for College Students provides college students with key strategies and methods for achieving academic success. It gives advice to students on how to approach and handle trials and tribulations, gain self-awareness, and become an active learner while in college. This is an important read for students that need motivation to stay the path and complete their college education.
New Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity seeks to address salient concerns and issues facing Black Americans in the USA during the Trump presidential era. Through a historical and contemporary lens from a diverse body of scholars, presented are principled works that critically analyze the relationship between President Trump and Black Americans.