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Khan-Cullers is one of the three founders of the #blacklivesmatter movement. In this memoir she reveals that her activism started long before the unfortunate killing of Treyvon Martin and others like him. Her personal story is driven by a passion to help those in the black community and reminds us why the American government has a duty to serve its people.

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ISBN: 9781250171085
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Published: St. Martin's Press - January 16th, 2018

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As you’re reading this you are likely drinking a cup of coffee or have recently finished one. Despite its ubiquity I knew little about coffee until I came across The Monk of Mokha. Inside l found the enthralling account of Mokhtar Alkhanshali, a young Yemeni-American, who stumbled upon his dream. He would reclaim the ancient coffee heritage of Yemen and bring quality Yemeni coffee to the world. First, however, he needed to learn about the drink.  This an incredible tale of one person’s perseverance against discrimination, disbelief, and even war to achieve his vision.

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$28.95
ISBN: 9781101947319
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Published: Knopf Publishing Group - January 30th, 2018

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Morgan Jerkins' first essay collection is a reflection on her life and how identifying as black, a woman, and a feminist have affected her. Each essay reveals to her readers an intimate look at her life and her vulnerability. As someone who greatly enjoys personal essays, I related to many of her experiences ranging from street harassment to being a black woman in an Ivy League university.

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$15.99
ISBN: 9780062666154
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Published: Harper Perennial - January 30th, 2018

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