September 7, 2021
This year, we’re taking the time to honor the contributions of laborers and the labor movement by catching up on the history of work in the United States. Browse a fascinating range of titles that offer a comprehensive introduction to the topic.
August 2, 2021
In August, we’re celebrating International Youth Day and the ways in which the young enhance our society and culture. Explore a curated selection of eBooks for just $1.99 through the end of August!
—Katie L. Acosta How has writing this book changed how you approach parenting? A colleague posed this question to me after reading a draft of Queer Stepfamilies: The Path to… READ MORE
July 29, 2021
In their new book South Central Dreams, Hondagneu-Sotelo and Manuel Pastor tell the story of Latinx immigrants in South Los Angeles.
July 21, 2021
What counts as “legitimate” constitutes a narrow slice of family experiences in the U.S., and this ideal has been used strategically throughout history to justify discrimination against people and families outside that norm.
June 16, 2021
We spoke with Alexander Laban Hinton about the increased visibility of white power extremism under the Trump administration, its similarities to the Khmer Rouge regime, and the ways genocide can be prevented.
June 12, 2021
—Tanya Katerí Hernandez
Fifty-four years after the Loving v. Virginia decision, interracial marriage bans no longer exist, but White Supremacist violence and rhetoric still flourish.
April 7, 2021
—Myra Marx Ferree
This lovely collection by Rita Stephan and Mounira Maya Charrad highlights the voices of the challengers and their perspectives on what must change and how to create a democracy in which they are full participants.