A groundbreaking book that looks at the history of sports through the lens of politics and culture.
This odyssey across America's musical heartland covers the history of blues through candid conversations with bluesmen and vivid, firsthand accounts of the landscape where their music was born.
A new edition of the title that sparked a national discussion of race and electoral politics.
Former Boko Haram captives tell their terrifying and heartbreaking stories to a leading European journalist
"In the epic tradition of Eyes on the Prize and with the cultural significance of John Lewis's March trilogy, an ambitious and harrowing account of the devoted black educators who battled Southern school segregation and inequality"--
Explores families role in creating homophobia.
This sequel to "May It Please the Court" focuses on 16 key First Amendment... Læs mere