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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on May 23, 2022 at 4:09 PM by Genesis Gaule
The Library will be closed Saturday, May 28 - Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day.
You Can't Be Serious by Kal Penn
Born Enemies // Penn bravely demonstrates by example that no matter who you are and where you come from, you have many more choices than those presented to you. It's a story about struggle, triumph, and learning how to keep your head up.
The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah-Jones & The New York Times Magazine
A New Origin Story // This book sends a very strong message: We must have a clear vision of this history if we are to understand our present dilemmas. Only by reckoning with this difficult history and trying as hard as we can to understand its powerful influence on our present, can we prepare ourselves for a more just future. // Also in e-book)
An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States by Kyle T. Mays
Mays explores the relationship and differences between the Black American quest for freedom and the Native American struggle for sovereignty in the U.S.
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy by Emmanuel Acho
For awkward questions white and non-black parents don't know how to answer, this is an essential guide to help support communication on how to dismantle racism amongst the youngest generation.
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Tag(s): US history, sociology, racism, parenting, nonfiction, history, First Nations, East Indian Americans, celebrities, book notes, biography, biographie, autobiographies, African Americans
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on May 9, 2022 at 11:53 AM by Genesis Gaule
Come in and enjoy our art exhibit from the Northstar Quilters Guild & River Forks Watercolor Society! Where each watercolor painting is paired with a quilt inspired by the painting of a local landmark. More information...
Peril by Bob Woodward & Robert Costa
The transition from President Donald J. Trump to President Joseph R. Biden Jr. stands as one of the most dangerous periods in American history. Bob Woodward and Robert Costa cover the end of the Trump presidency and the early months of the Biden presidency.
Dad, How Do I? by Rob Kenney
Practical "Dadvice" for Everyday Tasks and Successful Living // From the host of the YouTube channel that went viral—Dad, How Do I?—comes a book that's part memoir/part inspiration/part DIY. Through his how-to videos, and now through this book, Kenney inspires you to live with compassion, honor, courage, and empathy. In short, he'll help you be everything you can be.
Unguarded by Scottie Pippen with Michael Arkush
An unflinching memoir from the six-time NBA Champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and Hall of Famer, revealing how Scottie Pippen, the youngest of twelve, overcame two family tragedies and universal disregard by college scouts to become an essential component of the greatest basketball dynasty of the last fifty years.
The Rage of Innocence by Kristin Henning
How America Criminalizes Black Youth // Drawing upon 25 years of experience representing black youth in Washington D.C.'s juvenile court, Kris Henning confronts America's irrational, manufactured fears of Black youth and makes a powerfully compelling case that the crisis in racist American policing begins with its relationship to Black children.
Tag(s): US politics, self-improvement, self-help, racism, politics, philosophy, nonfiction, judiciary, how-to, criminal justice, celebrities, book notes, biography, biographies, African Americans
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on April 12, 2022 at 10:45 AM by Genesis Gaule
Are you interested in learning about how to paint without paint or a brush? Join us for Campbell Creates: Ink Painting on Tuesday, April 19 at 6 pm! More information...
To Rescue the Republic by Bret Baier & Catherine Whitney
Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876 // Appointed as Lieutenant General of the Union Army in March 1864, Grant's forces had seized Richmond and forced Robert E. Lee to surrender within a year. After Lincoln's assassination, Grant answered the call-- advancing an agenda of Reconstruction and aggressively countering the Ku Klux Klan. In Grant's final weeks in the White House, the contested presidential election of 1876 produced no clear victory for either Republican Rutherford B. Hayes or Democrat Samuel Tilden. Baier shows how Grant's compromise saved the nation, but tragically condemned the South to another century of civil-rights oppression.
Speaking of Race by Celeste Headlee
Why Everybody Needs to Talk About Racism—and How to Do It // Headlee provides practical advice and insight for talking about race that will facilitate better conversations that can actually bring us closer together. It is an essential and timely book for all of us.
Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid by Thor Hanson
The Fraught and Fascinating Biology of Climate Change // Hanson looks back through deep time, examining fossil records, pollen, and even the tooth enamel of giant wombats and mummified owl pellets. Together, these records of our past tell the story of ancient climate change, shedding light on the challenges faced by today's species, the ways they will respond, and how these strategies will determine the fate of ecosystems around the globe.
Say Their Names by Curtis Bunn, Michael H. Cottman, Patrice Gaines, Nick Charles, & Keith Harriston
How Black Lives Came to Matter in America // With a combination of penetrating, focused journalism and affecting personal insight, the authors bring together their collective years of reporting, creating a cohesive and comprehensive understanding of racial inequality in America.
Tag(s): US history, science, racism, politics, nonfiction, nature, history, ecology, climate change, Civil War, book notes, animals, African Americans