By Lorraine Berry 4 min read
A new collection of essays by women inspired by the election of Donald Trump addresses feminism, resistance, and revolution - and what it means today.
By Meghan McCullough 8 min read
These 9 books explore Puerto Rico's fraught colonial relationship with the United States through the lens of history, fiction, and more.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
"When countries make people illegal, the world comes apart," writes Masha Gessen. On the problem with immigration status as a value judgment.
By Lorraine Berry 5 min read
Ta-Nehisi Coates's new collection, We Were Eight Years in Power, is part memoir, part American history. Here's why it's essential to us in the here and now.
By Keith Rice 8 min read
These books, many written by Filipino and Filipino-American authors, will help readers understand the Philippines and the facets that shape that nation's culture.
By Lisa Rosman 8 min read
Amid all the crises happening in 2017, female leaders have really stepped to the forefront. These seven books prove that the future is truly female.