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Book Review

Birth Strike

by Matt Sutherland

Upset at the cost of prenatal care, hospital deliveries, unpaid leave, and years of childcare? Imagine if all the eighteen- to forty-year-old women in the US simply refused to have babies. Do you think Washington and corporate America... Read More

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Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem

by Karen Rigby

Little known outside of Palestine, Sophie Halaby was a Russian-Arab painter, Jerusalemite, and member of a prominent Christian family. Laura S. Schor’s "Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem" is a careful, elegant portrait that highlights the... Read More

Book Review

Three Ways to Disappear

by Tanisha Rule

In Katy Yocom’s immersive and multilayered novel "Three Ways to Disappear", Sarah and Quinn confront painful childhood truths and address their neglected sisterhood. Beginning with a glimpse of Sarah and Quinn’s childhood in India,... Read More

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Skin Deep: Journeys in the Divisive Science of Race

by Danielle Ballantyne

Give it up for Gavin Evans’s thorough and timely teardown of racial myths in Skin Deep: Journeys in the Divisive Science of Race. Informed by a background in law and political studies, as well as involvement in anti-apartheid movements... Read More

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Call Them by Their True Names

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Rebecca Solnit wants you to act. She wants you to abandon naive cynicism and reject resting in anger. She wants you to engage the issues and go about the hard work of effecting change. And she believes that you can do it. Given the fiery... Read More

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