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The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander

With the 2008 election of the nation’s first black President, Barrack Obama, it would appear that we have conquered racism, that Jim Crow is officially dead. Not so says Michelle Alexander, lawyer, equal rights advocate, and director of the Racial… Continue Reading →

The Confession – John Grisham

Having recently read “To Kill a Mockingbird”, this story is oddly similar in that it portrays social injustice in the deep south. The difference being that this story takes place over a half a century later in modern society.

To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee

Published in 1964, To Kill a Mockingbird, an instant success, has become an American literary classic. Based upon actual events and observations by the author, it is a reflection of a time, not too long ago, in the deep south… Continue Reading →

Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation – John Ehle

Before Custer’s last stand and the massacre at Wounded Knee, there was President Andrew Jackson’s “Indian Removal Act” of 1830, a policy that took three painful decades to bring to fruition.

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