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Books for Review #

  1. America’s Original Sin -Jim Wallis
  2. Minor Feelings- Cathy Park Hong
  3. The New Jim Crow- Michelle Alexander
  4. Good Talk- Mira Jacob
  5. Blindspot- Mahzarin Banaji & Anthony Greenwald
  6. Me and White Supremacy- Layla Saad
  7. So You Want to Talk About Race- Ijeoma Oluo
  8. How to be an Antiracist- Ibram X. Kendi
  9. Stamped from the beginning- Ibram X. Kendi
  10. Between the World and Me- Ta- Nehisi Coates
  11. How Does it Feel to be a Problem?- Moustafa Bayoumi
  12. The Fire Next Time- James Baldwin
  13. The Fire This Time- Jesmyn Ward
  14. Have Black Lives Ever Mattered?- Mumia Abu-Jamal
  15. Evicted- Matthew Desmond
  16. The Condemnation of Blackness- Khalil Gibran Muhammad
  17. From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime- Elizabeth Hinton
  18. White Fragility- Robin DiAngelo
  19. I’m Still Here- Austin Channing Brown
  20. When They Call You a Terrorist- Asha Bandele and Patrisse Cullors
  21. An African American and LatinX History of the United States- Paul Ortiz
  22. An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States- Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  23. Citizen- Claudia Rankine
  24. Mindful of Race- Ruth King
  25. Democracy in Black- Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.
  26. Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for our Own- Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.
  27. My Grandmother’s Hands- Kesmaa Menakem
  28. The Color of Law: A forgotten history of how our government segregated America- Richard Rothstein
  29. The Broken Ladder: How inequality affects the way we think, live, and die- Keith Payne

Journals and Articles for Review #

  1. Banks, J., & Parks, L. (2004). It’s all sacred: African American women’s perspectives on spirituality. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 25(1), 25.
  2. Conroy, T. et al. (2010). The U.S. Supreme Court and Parental Rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Focus on Exceptional Children, 43(2), 1-16.
  3. Coverdill, J.E., Lopez, C.A, & Petrie, M. (2011). Race, Ethnicity, and the Quality of Life in America 1972- 2008. Social Forces, 89(3), 783-805.
  4. Furman, L. et al. (2005). A Comparative International Analysis of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: A Survey of UK and US Social Workers. Social Work Education, 24(8), 813-839.
  5. Hines, S. (2009). A pathway to diversity?: human rights, citizenship and the politics of transgender. Contemporary Politics, 15(1), 87-102.
  6. Hodge, D.R. (2005). Perceptions of Compliance with the Profession’s Ethical Standards that Address Religion: A National Study. Journal of Social Work Education, 41(2), 279-295.
  7. Hodge, D.R. (2010). Conducting Spiritual Assessments with Native Americans: Enhancing Cultural Competency in Social Work Practice Courses. Journal of Social Work Education, 46(2), 265- 284.
  8. Isaac, R., Raja, B, & Ravanan, M. (2010). Integrating people with disabilities: their right – our responsibility. Disability & Society, 25(5), 627-630.
  9. Kahng, S.K. (2010). Can Racial Disparity in Health between Black and White Americans Be Attributed to Racial Disparities in Body Weight and Socioeconomic Status?. Health & Social Work, 35(4), 257-266.
  10. King, C.R. (2008). Teaching Intolerance: Anti-Indian Imagery, Racial Politics, and (Anti)Racist Pedagogy. Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 30(5), 420-436.
  11. Levitt, H. M. (2014). Being Transgender: The Experience of Transgender Identity Development. Journal of Homosexuality, 61(12), 1727-1758.
  12. Lewis, G.B. (2011). The Friends and Family Plan: Contact with Gays and Support for Gay Rights. Policy Studies, 39(20), 217-238.
  13. McCabe, S.E. et al. (2010). The Relationship between Discrimination and Substance Use Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults in the United States. American Journal of Public Health, 100(10), 1946- 1952.
  14. Pachter, L., et al. (2010). Perceived Racism and Discrimination in Children and Youths: An Exploratory Study. Health & Social Work, 35(1), 61-70.
  15. Phelan, J., Sanchez, D., & Broccoli, T. (2010). The Danger in Sexism: The Links Among Fear, Crime, Benevolent Sexism, and Well-bring. Sex Roles, 62(1/2), 35-47.
  16. Reamey, B.A. (2009). Native American Mascots in Contemporary Higher Education: Part 1: Politically Acceptable or Ethnically Objectionable?. Community College Journal of Research & Practice, 33(12), 995-1008.
  17. Roehling, P. V., et al. (2010). The Immigration Debate and Its Relationship to the Ethnic Identity Development and Well-Bring of Latino and White Youth. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 32(2), 292-308.
  18. Streets, F.J. (2008). Religion and Social Work: Dilemmas and Challenges in Practice: The Impact of Religious Identity on Choosing Whom to Marry. Journal of Jewish Communal Service, 83(2/3), 170-173.
  19. Swiebel, J. (2009). Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender human rights: the search for an international strategy. Contemporary Politics, 15(1), 19-35.
  20. Walker, L. H. M. (2013). Integrating Identities: Ethnic and Academic Identities Among Diverse College Students. Teachers College Record, 115(8), 136.