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Algorithms of Oppression

20/02/2018, £21.99
A revealing look at how negative biases against women of color are embedded in search engine results and algorithms Run a Google search for "black girls"-what will you find? "Big Booty" and other sexually explicit terms are likely to come up as

American Catholic History

01/11/2017, £28.99
An overview in primary documents of almost four hundred years of the American Catholic experience Among the first European explorers of the Americas, Catholics have a long and rich history in the United States.

Are Racists Crazy? How Prejudice, Racism, and Antisemitism Became Markers of Insanity

04/09/2018, £18.99
An illuminating and riveting history of the discourse on racism, antisemitism, and psychopathology, this book connects past and present claims about race and racism, showing the dangerous implications of this specious line of thought for today.

Authentically Black and Truly Catholic: The Rise of Black Catholicism in the Great Migration

01/10/2017, £24.99
Explores the contentious debates among Black Catholics about the proper relationship between religious practice and racial identity.

Black Women's Christian Activism: Seeking Social Justice in a Northern Suburb

03/04/2018, £18.99
Focusing on the strategies and organizational models church women employed in the fight for social justice, Adams tracks the intersections of politics and religion, race and gender, and place and space in a New York City suburb.

Coming Out of Communism: The Emergence of LGBT Activism in Eastern Europe

01/01/2018, £26.99
Combining an historical overview with interviews and case studies in Poland, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, Conor O’Dwyer analyzes the development and impact of LGBT movements in post-communist Eastern and Central Europe.

LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader

19/09/2017, £28.99
A definitive collection of original essays on queer politics.

New World A-Coming: Black Religion and R

01/11/2018, £17.99
Demonstrates that the efforts to contest conventional racial categorization contributed to broader discussions in black America that still resonate today.
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