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Six by Ten

by Melissa Wuske

Six by Ten: Stories from Solitary, edited by Mateo Hoke and Taylor Pendergrass, compels change by giving a voice to the voiceless. Solitary confinement is one of the dirty little secretes of America’s criminal justice system; sure,... Read More

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Back to Black

by Mya Alexice

"Back to Black" pulls no punches. In the first few pages, Kehinde Andrews condemns liberalism and the entire foundation of Western society, and does not do so in a gentle manner. Best for those who are already somewhat familiar with... Read More

Book Review

White Kids

by Mya Alexice

Margaret Hagerman’s "White Kids" brings to mind two words: must read. Many crucial race studies focus on the struggles of disenfranchised folks. But by centering her research on white children, Hagerman studies the kids who benefit... Read More

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Trans Kids

by Laura Leavitt

Tey Meadow’s sympathetic sociological study "Trans Kids" explores the changing social dynamics for families of transgender children and other children who bend or break gender norms. Comprehensive in scope, its interviews and... Read More

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