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This Month’s Book Examines Boundaries Preventing Racial Progress in America
American Whitelash confronts the sickness at the heart of American society: the cyclical pattern of violence that has marred every moment of racial progress in this country, and whose bloodshed began anew following Obama’s 2008 election.
This Month’s Book Details the Experience of Being Gay in Mississippi
Diary of a Misfit is the story of Casey Parks’ life-changing journey to unravel the mystery of Roy Hudgins, the small-town country singer from her grandmother’s youth, all the while confronting ghosts of her own.
This Month’s Book Centers Faith & Race
Combining history, narrative, and data from nation-wide surveys, involving 2,000 people, and 200 face-to-face interviews, Divided by Faith shines a harsh light on the realities of racism in America and how evangelicalism may be doing more harm than good in ending the nation’s oldest dilemma.
Reflecting on SYI’19
Amara Johnson, a mentor from our 2019 cohort, reflects on lessons learned and memories made during her mentorship.
This Month’s Book Made History
March is a vivid first-hand account of John Lewis’ lifelong struggle for civil and human rights, meditating in the modern age on the distance traveled since the days of Jim Crow and segregation.
This Month’s Book Unpacks America’s Gender Pain Gap
This month’s book is an in-depth examination of the women’s health crisis in America.
This Month’s Book Reveals the True Legal System of Jim Crow
Drawing on an extensive database, collected over more than a decade and exceeding 1,000 cases of racial violence, this month’s book reveals the true legal system of Jim Crow, and captures the memories of those whose stories have not yet been heard.
This Month’s Book is a Must Read for Southern Studies Scholars
Learning and education are integral parts of the Alluvial Collective’s mission. What better way to…
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