Run, Walk, Crawl

A Caregiver Caught Between Generations
By Sarahbeth Persiani

Sarahbeth Persiani’s intimate and insightful memoir, Run, Walk, Crawl: A Caregiver Caught Between Generations, documents her experiences as a caregiver. At the same time, she also navigated motherhood and challenges in the workplace. In 2005, Persiani and her family moved to a town in central...

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Rise of the Oathbreakers

By David (D.B.) McCrea

Rise of the Oathbreakers by David (D.B.) McCrea is a true crime story detailing just how bad policing can be in the USA. We’re all aware of some of the recent stories about law enforcement, but this book will open your eyes even further. This...

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Rabbit in the Moon

A Memoir
By Heather Diamond

Rabbit in the Moon by Heather Diamond is a fascinating memoir centering around the marriage between a white American and her Chinese husband from Hong Kong. At forty-five years old and married, Heather is studying in China for the summer when she meets Fred, who...

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Restore Our Democracy

The Case for Equality and Justice
By Werner Neff

Restore Our Democracy: The Case for Equality and Justice by Werner Neff is an extremely important book. In five major parts, it covers everything a US citizen needs to know about American democracy, its crisis, and the way to repair it. Part 1 deals with...

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Running on All Fours

By Susan Jean Ricci

Susan Jean Ricci, in Running on All Fours, has found my soft spot. Being the parent of a differently-abled child myself, I empathized when reading about the problems Susan and her brother endured at the hands of an abusive “father” and struggling mother. Too often...

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Red Card: A Bet You Can Win!

By Tony Kelly

Red Card: A Bet You Can Win! documents the fascinating journey of a former professional football player, Tony Kelly, including his struggle with gambling and his experiences with racism. Kelly was born in 1966 and grew up in Coventry, UK. His family, especially his twin...

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Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad

By Eric Heard

Eric L. Heard in Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad recounts his early years (childhood to high school) in an effort to lay the groundwork for the life education of his grade school son. Mr. Heard writes that he may have overreacted to his...

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Reflections from Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling

Finding My True Self in Corporate America
By Stephanie Battaglino

Every so often someone asks “if you were to come back in another life, what would you like to be?” Answers range from being reborn as animals to plants to being the opposite sex. That last reply is what Stephanie Battaglino experienced when, after living...

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Ripples from the Edge of Life

By Roland Chesters

Ripples From the Edge of Life by Roland Chesters is a heart-wrenching, personal tale of survival, hope, and fulfillment in the face of the most pernicious disease of the twentieth century; HIV/AIDS. Roland was a successful, mid-level government employee in a long-term relationship with his...

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Racism: A Disease of the Mind

A Disease of The Mind
By Adeleke Adefioye

Racism: A Disease of The Mind by Adeleke Adefioye speaks about the existence of racism and tribalism everywhere and conveys the message that we are all one despite the differences in color. He speaks about how racism exists in the United States as there are...

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