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Getting Paid While Taking Time
Megan Sholar, author of Getting Paid While Taking Time, was a guest on WFAE's Charlotte Talks (90.7 FM, Charlotte, NC) on February 14 to discuss Paid Family Leave policies in the U.S. You can listen to the interview here.

We Shall Not Be Moved/No nos moverán
David Spener, author of We Shall Not Be Moved/No nos moverán, will present his book at the Central Library, 600 Soledad Street, in San Antonio, TX on February 21 at 6:30 pm.

Klezmer
Join Hankus Netsky, author of Klezmer, as he directs the Philadelphia Klezmer Heritage Ensemble Sunday, February 19, 8PM at Temple Beth Shalom, 8231 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027. Tickets are available online.

Hot Off The Press


  • Somalis in the Twin Cities and ColumbusSomalis in the Twin Cities and Columbus
    Immigrant Incorporation in New Destinations

    Stefanie Chambers

    "[A] very timely and powerful contribution to the national debate on the admission of Muslim refugee immigrants to the American heartland. By judiciously comparing the political, economic, and social incorporation of Somalis in two distinct urban settings, Chambers demonstrates convincingly the crucial roles of historical context, state culture, and public policy in defining the degrees of success in immigrant integration."
    Pei-te Lien, University of California Santa Barbara, and co-author of Contested Transformation: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership in 21st Century America



  • Risking Life and LensRisking Life and Lens
    A Photographic Memoir

    Helen M. Stummer

    "[A]n extraordinarily personal glimpse into the life and work of a photographer who has spent her career consumed with documenting social injustice and those it has affected most.... This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the humanity of our urban cities."
    John Cyr, photographer and author of Developer Trays




  • Envisioning EmancipationEnvisioning Emancipation
    Black Americans and the End of Slavery

    Deborah Willis and Barbara Krauthamer
    New in Paperback!

    "[A]n illuminating and inspiring look at the men and women who enabled, lived through, and were affected by the landmark event of emancipation. With a stunning collection of photographs accompanied by engaging new scholarship, this book is sure to have a vital and important impact on the way Americans see our nation and ourselves."
    Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of the Studio Museum of Harlem



  • Resurrecting SlaveryResurrecting Slavery
    Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France

    Crystal Marie Fleming

    "The French believe racism is something that affects other societies. Fleming's Resurrecting Slavery has forever exploded this myth! Based on over a hundred in-depth interviews, archival work, and ethnographic observations, this book demonstrates convincingly that France is indeed shaped by white supremacy. A major contribution to our scholarly work on racial formations, Resurrecting Slavery is a book I intend to assign to my classes for years to come."
    Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Professor of Sociology, Duke University, and author of Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America


  • KlezmerKlezmer
    Music and Community in Twentieth-Century Jewish Philadelphia

    Hankus Netsky
    New in Paperback!

    "Klezmer breaks new ground by providing a localized musical portrait of a klezmer community outside the New York area [and] provides a fascinating, satisfying, and deeply textured picture of a community and its musicians through years of transition."
    Judah M. Cohen, Lou & Sybil Mervis Professor in the Study of Jewish Culture at Indiana University, and author of The Making of a Reform Jewish Cantor: Musical Authority, Cultural Investment

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North Philly Notes
This week in North Philly Notes, in honor of Presidents' Day, we re-post Sex and the Founding Fathers author Thomas Foster's think piece for the Huffington Post on memes of President Trump.

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Upon the Ruins of Liberty
Upon the Ruins of Liberty

Sex and the Founding Fathers
Sex and the Founding Fathers

Red War on the Family
Red War on the Family

The Mutual Housing Experiment
The Mutual Housing Experiment

The New Freedom and the Radicals
The New Freedom and the Radicals

Reimagining Courts
Reimagining Courts

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