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Deep Denial

The Persistence of White Supremacy in United States History and Life

By David Billings

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 282 pgs., 6" x 9", notes, references, index

Explores white supremacy from colonial times to now, with a focus on the Civil Rights Era. Each chapter begins with a personal story. The author then reveals a broader historical context that will be new and disturbing to many readers.

Price: $23.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-04-7
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Living in the Tension

The Quest for a Spiritualized Racial Justice

By Shelly Tochluk

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 260 pgs., 6" x 9", references, index

A detailed look at how those holding spiritual worldviews and those who seek racial justice often misunderstand one another. The author takes a "both/and" approach, exploring how spirituality and racial justice can co-exist and work together.

Price: $21.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-03-0
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The Anti-Racist Cookbook

A recipe guide for conversations about race that goes beyond covered dishes and "Kum-Bah-Ya"

By Robin Parker & Pamela Smith Chambers

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 128 pgs., 6" x 9", resource list, index

Price: $14.95

ISBN 0-9719017-6-7
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Lifting the White Veil

A Look at White American Culture

By Jeff Hitchcock

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 320 pgs., 6" x 9", index, 5 charts

Price: $19.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-33-7
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Accountability and White Anti-racist Organizing

Stories from Our Work

By Bonnie Cushing, with Lila Cabbil, Margery Freeman, Jeff Hitchcock, and Kimberley Richards, editors

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 256 pgs,. 6" x 9"

Price: $17.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-32-0
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Talking About Race

A workbook about white people fostering racial equality in their lives

By Kaolin

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 144 pgs., 6" x 9", glossary, 140 study questions.

A self-study curriculum about white people who want to foster equality in their lives, drawing upon the author's classroom experiences teaching a course for college students titled Let's Talk About Race.

Price: $14.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-31-3
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What Was I Thinking?

Reflections on everyday racism

By Barbara Beckwith

Inquiring Minds Press
Paperback, 40 pgs., 5.5" x 8.5", stapled

A collection of 10 insightful essays by the author describing her journey as a white anti-racist trainer and activist.

Price: $8.95

ISBN 978-1-61584-854-6
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What Was I Thinking? No. 2

Digging Deeper Into Everyday Racism

By Barbara Beckwith

Inquiring Minds Press
Paperback, 40 pgs., 5.5" x 8.5", stapled

A collection of 8 essays by the author describing her journey as a white anti-racist trainer and activist. Second in a series of 3.

Price: $8.95

ISBN 978-0-615-68866-4
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What Was I Thinking? No. 3

Everyday Racism: Questions and Quandaries

By Barbara Beckwith

Inquiring Minds Press
Paperback, 36 pgs., 5.5" x 8.5", stapled

A new collection of 8 essays by the author describing her journey as a white anti-racist trainer and activist. Third in a series of 3.

Price: $8.95

ISBN 978-0-692-45965-2
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Love Cohoes

By Elizabeth K. Gordon

Crandall, Doetie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 136 pgs., 5" x 7"

A far-ranging collection of poems centering on the white, working class town of Cohoes, NY, by the author of Walk With Us.

Price: $14.00

ISBN 978-1-934390-02-3
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Walk with Us

Triplet boys, their teen parents & two white women who tagged along

By Elizabeth K. Gordon

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Paperback, 320 pgs., 5.5" x 8.5", appendix

Heartwarming story set in Philadelphia where two white women share a household with a young black family. Beautifully written with warmth and humor, this memoir brings home the joys and tribulations of reaching out across race, class and culture.

Price: $19.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-30-6
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Lifting the White Veil

An exploration of white American culture in a multiracial context

By Jeff Hitchcock

Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc.
Hardcover, 264 pgs., 6" x 9", index, 5 charts

Price: $49.95

ISBN 0-9719017-0-8