The Get Lit At The Library tote bag design was inspired by mid-century matchbook art and newspaper ads. Screen printed on RECYCLED COTTON canvas here in the USA. This fabric is 65% cotton recycled from clothing scraps, and 35% is fiber made from recycled plastic bottles.

 

 

 

Spanning time, styles, and traditions, a dazzling collection of essential works from 140 Latine writers, scholars, and activists from across the world--from warrior poet Audre Lorde to novelist Edwidge Danticat and performer and author Elizabeth Acevedo and artist/poet Cecilia Vicuña--gathered in one magnificent volume.

 

 

 

 

In Revolutionary Blacks: Discovering the Frank Brothers, Freeborn Men of Color, Soldiers of Independence historian Shirley L. Green takes the reader on a journey based on her family's history, rooted in its oral tradition. An original and important contribution to American history, Revolutionary Blacks presents a complex account of Black life during the Revolutionary Era.

 

 

 

Made from natural cotton, this tote will help you express yourself, and carry everything from books to more books! 16” wide and 15.5” tall with a 5” gusset and 22” handles. Made in the USA.

 

 

 

Unpapered is a collection of personal narratives by Indigenous writers exploring the meaning and limits of Native American identity beyond its legal margins. Given that tribal enrollment was part of a string of government programs and agreements calculated to quantify and dismiss Native populations, many writers who identify culturally and are recognized as Native Americans do not hold tribal citizenship.

 

 

Taking readers on a global journey through human history, historian Natasha Tidd examines how lies can change the world around us, from Julius Caesar's deceptive PR machine to the cover ups that caused Chernobyl. Plus, an in-depth look at how historic lies can still impact our lives today, such as the deadly legacy of America's Tuskegee Experiment.

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