“Critical Masses” by Julie Banks Lewis

“Critical Masses: Who Wins, Who Loses, Who Decides” offers an in-depth view of the injustices and inequities present in America. Coming from the view of a “powerless and culturally dismissed” welfare mom, this is a timely call to action for groundbreaking change. … More “Critical Masses” by Julie Banks Lewis

“Honor the Earth” by Phil Bellfy

This collection serves multiple purposes: 1. To call direct attention to how western capitalist initiatives have been dooming our planet from the early days of colonization and 2. To highlight how by collaborating with other cultures, populations and entering into constructive discussions about these environmental problems is the only way to come back from the brink of environmental disaster. … More “Honor the Earth” by Phil Bellfy

“Emotional Frustration” by Mario O. Laplume

“Emotional Frustration: The Hushed Plague,” is written in formal expository prose to highlight issues that lead to women being frustrated and dissatisfied. A wide range of topics are discussed around issues relating to women today, and also how they have been impacted in the past. Women who have made contributions to history are highlighted, and unfortunately, their gifts to society did not guarantee happy endings for many of them. … More “Emotional Frustration” by Mario O. Laplume

“A Gay Man’s Guide to Life” by Britt East

Coming out isn’t always easy for men, so this guide is perfect for those that struggle with who they are, the rejection they may face, and the discrimination that exists. But more than that, this book shows gay men how to go beyond just coming out. It’s a lifestyle map that offers real-world, practical advice on how to get the most out of life, work, family, and meaningful relationships. … More “A Gay Man’s Guide to Life” by Britt East

“Never Forget Who You Are” by Rodney L. Hurst and Rudy F. Jamison, Jr.

In “Never Forget Who You Are: Conversations About Racism and Identity Development,” written by Authors Rodney L. Hurst and Rudy F. Jamison Jr. ED.D, you’ll embark on an unusual journey. Both are Black men, but one journey is through the eyes of a 50-year-old person and the other a 75-year-old. … More “Never Forget Who You Are” by Rodney L. Hurst and Rudy F. Jamison, Jr.