Fighting to Belong

Fighting to Belong! “Historic contributions and stories of resilience are shared in this dynamic graphic novel. An informative and engaging read!”—Maia and Alex Shibutani, two-time Olympic medalists and authors of Amazing: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Who Inspire Us All Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander history is American history. The unique experiences, challenges, […]

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Not Your China Doll

Not Your China Doll Set against the glittering backdrop of Los Angeles during the gin-soaked Jazz Age and the rise of Hollywood, this debut book celebrates Anna May Wong, the first Asian American movie star, to bring an unsung heroine to light and reclaim her place in cinema history. Before Constance Wu, Sandra Oh, Awkwafina,

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Black People Breathe

Black People Breathe A thoughtful, inclusive, and vividly illustrated guide to help Black people—and all people of color—heal from racial trauma using vital tools from an expert in mindfulness, meditation, and breathwork. It is your right to survive. It is your right to thrive. Mindfulness and breathwork will help you do just that. Racism is

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The Anti-Ableist Manifesto

The Anti-Ableist Manifesto Founder of advocacy organization Diversability and creator of the viral Anti-Ableism Series on TikTok, Tiffany Yu’s revelatory examination of disability—how to unpack your biases and build a disability-inclusive and accessible world. The Anti-Ableist Manifesto defines ableism as discrimination in favor of non-disabled people and helps readers understand that ending discrimination begins with

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What Do You Need?

What Do You Need? Lauren Wesley Wilson, businesswoman and founder and CEO of ColorComm Corporation uncovers the skills that women of color need to know to reach leadership positions. What do you need? This question, as simple as it is powerful, is not often asked of women of color. But the answer to this question

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Make Your Moment

Make Your Moment “As women, we’re constantly told to speak up, lean in, and be a badass … We absolutely should. We must! But we have to execute these things in the right way.” In a fast-paced world where opportunities appear―and shift―at a moment’s notice, how you communicate can, quite simply, make or break your

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Unlearning Silence

Unlearning Silence A paradigm-shifting book looking at the negative impact of silence and how we can begin to dismantle it in order to find our voices at home and at work. Having a seat at the table doesn’t mean that your voice is actually welcome. Knowing something is wrong doesn’t mean it’s easy to speak

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