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Deep Denial

The Persistence of White Supremacy in United States History and Life

By David Billings

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

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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Accountability and White Anti-racist Organizing:

Stories from Our Work

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

Paperback, 256 pgs., 6" x 9"

A select group of white-identified anti-racist organizers from around the country tell personal stories and offer lessons from their everyday experiences that reveal how the notion of accountability informs their work.

Price: $17.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-32-0
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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

Paperback, 128 pgs., 6" x 9", resource list, index

Many Americans are distressed by race but few know how to talk about it. Now there is a way. Race is a touchy topic, but with proper guidance and kindly suggestions, it is possible to create a setting and begin a dialogue among people of different backgrounds. The Anti-Racist Cookbook shows how.

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

Paperback, 320 pgs., 6 x 9, index, 5 charts

What is white culture? It's a question deserving an answer and the author of Lifting the White Veil sets out to do just that, covering topics from history to psychology, sociology, and critical commentary as they bear upon white American culture.

Price: $19.95

ISBN 978-1-934390-33-7
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Talking About Race:

A workbook about white people fostering racial equality in their lives

By Kaolin

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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Walk with Us:

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

By Elizabeth K. Gordon

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