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Being 2.0

by Laura Leavitt

In its philosophical depth, "Being 2.0" reveals surprising and insightful ways for coping with modern malaise. Nothing less than the cultural evolution of Western civilization is questioned in "Being 2.0" by Razique Mahroua. Mahroua’s... Read More

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Beyond Colorblind

by Jeremiah Rood

"Beyond Colorblind" explores how religious communities can create spaces where ethnic identity is not just respected, but celebrated. Sarah Shin’s "Beyond Colorblind" is a needed exploration of how to talk about race in America, urging... Read More

Book Review

Ask

by Claire Foster

The book’s powerful, positive message is much needed at a time when “just say no” isn’t enough. Consent is sexy? No, it’s mandatory. Ask: Building Consent Culture is an empowering, informative anthology of essays to help young... Read More

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