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American Racism Kevin M Koch PhD
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781648589751
America's original sin is given historical context in this concise review. The history, neurophysiology, psychology, and toxic implications of this illness are described for anyone who has concerns about our future as a viable nation.
Because, Seriously America, Seriously! Joshua Grant
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781736659403
This is a straight-forward to the point book about what is occurring in America and how the damage that has already been caused, has paved the way for the chaos and destruction that seems to be continuing. This tends to be why most Americans living today, people of all color, are left confused and often asking, “Seriously?” In this book, Grant gives you a more in-depth look and discusses the damage that has been caused to America, all by people who secretly want to see America fail and really don't care if you know about their intentions and what they plan to do. The mystery though, is who is to blame for all this nonsense occuring and it;s not who you think it is. Grant created th ...
Coronavirus On My Mind: The Journey of an ER Doc into the Madness of COVID-19 Dr. Xavier Odili
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 1006587949235
We have known for months that the working class, the women of our country, and the peoples of color in America are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19 for many reasons. The types of jobs that cannot be performed from home, the types of jobs where social distancing is nearly impossible, and the home life situations where an infected person cannot distance from family to protect them all contribute to that increased risk. We also know that the differences in the way some people in these groups access and interact with our healthcare system that led to higher rate of death in minorities from diabetes and heart disease would translate into higher death rate from COVID-19 as well. Despite ...
Passing on the Left A Progressive Primer Kevin M Koch Illustrated by Brendan Bergh
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781648589751
Progressives seem to have lost their way in the political wonderland of US politics. This book describes the historical origins of the progressive movement in the US, the issues that progressive thinkers need to focus on, and a path for the future direction of progressives and anyone interested in a better world for themselves and our children.