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The language of 2017 is a depressing reminder of how bad things are.
With help from a few of my fellow commentators.
Mary Had a Little Glam by Tammi Sauer, illustrated by Vanessa Brantley-Newton Move over Fancy Nancy and Pinkalicious, there’s
It’s insulting to anyone of intelligence, especially to people of colour and women.
Add these books to your must-read pile!
HuffPost reporters dissect “What Happened," hitting all the ways sexism dragged Clinton, plus her food obsessions.
On burning books but not ideas.
This is a politically timely array of histories, investigations, and polemics you won't want to miss.
But Roald Dahl's agent persuaded him to make Charlie Bucket white.
Many of these poets use their work to explore identities and unpack the traumas suffered by marginalized groups.
Lucky Broken Girl by Ruth Behar "A poignant and relevant retelling of a child immigrant's struggle to recover from an accident
There are plenty of reads that’ll teach children to feel comfortable in their own skin.
These brilliant new titles feature a panoply of diverse characters and stories.
I honestly believe the steps I took are well within the rules.
“This is going to be a very expensive war, and Victory is not guaranteed ? for anyone," he wrote.
Your new fitness inspo is an 84-year-old Supreme Court justice.
Choose the right bookstore, and you could score.
Get extra creative this holiday season.
Who would you add to the list?
Diversity and representation. Many claim it’s a recent hot topic, a push from fans and critics alike to portray individuals