I Can T Breathe by Matt Taibbi

Genre : Law
Editor :
Release : 2017
ISBN-13 : 9780812988840
Hardcover : 322 Pages


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"Explores the roots and repercussions of the infamous killing of Eric Garner by the New York City police"--

We Can T Breathe by Jabari Asim

Genre : Social Science
Editor : Picador
Release : 2018-10-16
ISBN-13 : 9781250174512
Hardcover : 208 Pages


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A Finalist for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay Insightful and searing essays that celebrate the vibrancy and strength of black history and culture in America by critically acclaimed writer Jabari Asim In We Can’t Breathe, Jabari Asim disrupts what Toni Morrison has exposed as the “Master Narrative” and replaces it with a story of black survival and persistence through art and community in the face of centuries of racism. In eight wide-ranging and penetrating essays, he explores such topics as the twisted legacy of jokes and falsehoods in black life; the importance of black fathers and community; the significance of black writers and stories; and the beauty and pain of the black body. What emerges is a rich portrait of a community and culture that has resisted, survived, and flourished despite centuries of racism, violence, and trauma. These thought-provoking essays present a different side of American history, one that doesn’t depend on a narrative steeped in oppression but rather reveals black voices telling their own stories.

I Can T Breath by Jamal Smith

Genre :
Editor :
Release : 2020-05-31
ISBN-13 : 9798650173427
Hardcover : 62 Pages


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Here is a book of poetry I felt inspired to write after watching the untimely death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests.

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Editor : Ten Speed Press
Release : 2016
ISBN-13 : 9780812988406
Hardcover : 228 Pages


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A cloth bag containing eight copies of the title.

Griftopia by Matt Taibbi

Genre : Political Science
Editor : Random House Digital, Inc.
Release : 2011
ISBN-13 : 9780385529969
Hardcover : 299 Pages


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Examines American financial, political, and media power and argues that the dramatic series of events that led to the financial crisis also resulted in a complete shift of power to the self-interested elite.

Genre :
Editor :
Release : 2020-06-03
ISBN-13 : 9798650874294
Hardcover : 100 Pages


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✦ Notebook journal diary for all those who are mourning over George Floyd. ✦ This book is a kind of way to support " George Floyd ", hate and evil have to be suffocated. ✦ This diary notebook journal is great for taking notes, writing poems or short stories, jotting down lists, doodling, brainstorming, prayer, gratitude, meditation, and mindfulness journaling. ✦ It makes a great motivational gift for women, men, teens, girls, or boys for back to school, Christmas or holiday gift, or graduation gift, or a gift for any occasion. .......................................Fighting Racism....................................

Prayer For The Living by Ben Okri

Genre : Fiction
Editor : Head of Zeus Ltd
Release : 2019-10-03
ISBN-13 : 9781789544589
Hardcover : 240 Pages


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Topical and timely, Booker Prize-winning author Ben Okri's new collection of short stories blur parallel realities and walk the line between darkness and magic. Is what you see all there is? Look again. Playful, frightening, even shocking – the stories in this collection blur the lines between illusion and reality. This is a writer at the height of his power, making the reader think, making them laugh, and sometimes making them want to look away while holding their gaze. Stories here are set in London, in Byzantium, in the ghetto, in the Andes, in a printer's shop in Spain. The characters include a murderer, a writer, a detective, a man in a cave, a man in a mirror, two little boys, a prison door, and the author himself. There are twenty-three stories in all. Each one will make you wonder if what you see in the world is all there is...

The Boat Rocker by Ha Jin

Genre : FICTION
Editor : Pantheon
Release : 2016
ISBN-13 : 9780307911629
Hardcover : 222 Pages


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From the award-winning author of Waiting and War Trash: an urgent, timely novel that follows an aspiring author, an outrageous book idea,and a lone journalist's dogged quest for truth in the Internet age. New York, 2005. Chinese expatriate Feng Danlin is a fiercely principled reporter at a small news agency that produces a website read by the Chinese diaspora around the world. Danlin's explosive expos�s have made him legendary among readers--and feared by Communist officials. But his newest assignment may be his undoing: investigating his ex-wife, Yan Haili, an unscrupulous novelist who has willingly become a pawn of the Chinese government in order to realize her dreams of literary stardom. Haili's scheme infuriates Danlin both morally and personally--he will do whatever it takes to expose her as a fraud. But in outing Haili, he is also provoking her powerful political allies,and he will need to draw on all of his journalistic cunning to emerge from this investigation with his career--and his life--still intact. A brilliant,darkly funny story of corruption, integrity, and the power of the pen, The Boat Rocker is a tour de force of modern fiction.

Blackpentecostal Breath by Ashon T. Crawley

Genre : Social Science
Editor : Fordham Univ Press
Release : 2016-10-03
ISBN-13 : 9780823274567
Hardcover : 320 Pages


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In this profoundly innovative book, Ashon T. Crawley engages a wide range of critical paradigms from black studies, queer theory, and sound studies to theology, continental philosophy, and performance studies to theorize the ways in which alternative or “otherwise” modes of existence can serve as disruptions against the marginalization of and violence against minoritarian lifeworlds and possibilities for flourishing. Examining the whooping, shouting, noise-making, and speaking in tongues of Black Pentecostalism—a multi-racial, multi-class, multi-national Christian sect with one strand of its modern genesis in 1906 Los Angeles—Blackpentecostal Breath reveals how these aesthetic practices allow for the emergence of alternative modes of social organization. As Crawley deftly reveals, these choreographic, sonic, and visual practices and the sensual experiences they create are not only important for imagining what Crawley identifies as “otherwise worlds of possibility,” they also yield a general hermeneutics, a methodology for reading culture in an era when such expressions are increasingly under siege.

The Great Derangement by Matt Taibbi

Genre : Political Science
Editor : Spiegel & Grau
Release : 2008-05-06
ISBN-13 : 9780385525701
Hardcover : 288 Pages


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A REVELATORY AND DARKLY COMIC ADVENTURE THROUGH A NATION ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN—FROM THE HALLS OF CONGRESS TO THE BASES OF BAGHDAD TO THE APOCALYPTIC CHURCHES OF THE HEARTLAND Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi set out to describe the nature of George Bush’s America in the post-9/11 era and ended up vomiting demons in an evangelical church in Texas, riding the streets of Baghdad in an American convoy to nowhere, searching for phantom fighter jets in Congress, and falling into the rabbit hole of the 9/11 Truth Movement. Matt discovered in his travels across the country that the resilient blue state/red state narrative of American politics had become irrelevant. A large and growing chunk of the American population was so turned off—or radicalized—by electoral chicanery, a spineless news media, and the increasingly blatant lies from our leaders (“they hate us for our freedom”) that they abandoned the political mainstream altogether. They joined what he calls The Great Derangement. Taibbi tells the story of this new American madness by inserting himself into four defining American subcultures: The Military, where he finds himself mired in the grotesque black comedy of the American occupation of Iraq; The System, where he follows the money-slicked path of legislation in Congress; The Resistance, where he doubles as chief public antagonist and undercover member of the passionately bonkers 9/11 Truth Movement; and The Church, where he infiltrates a politically influential apocalyptic mega-ministry in Texas and enters the lives of its desperate congregants. Together these four interwoven adventures paint a portrait of a nation dangerously out of touch with reality and desperately searching for answers in all the wrong places. Funny, smart, and a little bit heartbreaking, The Great Derangement is an audaciously reported, sobering, and illuminating portrait of America at the end of the Bush era.