Excellent book for middle grade readers about police brutality and its impacts on African American communities.
Quoted in the NYT Book Review: “To be alive means taking up our place in a chain of conversions,” Demuth reminds us.
The latest translated work, an origin story of the far North, from Indigenous Siberian Chukchi author Yuri Ryktheu
Talaga's analysis of systemic racism in Canada aids understanding of the epidemic youth losses in Alaska and Canada.
Journalist Tanya Talaga addresses root causes of the epidemic of suicide among Indigenous people worldwide.
Alaskan Elizabeth Peratrovich's speech paved the way for the first state anti-discrimination act in the nation.
Tagaq's award-winning art, throat-singing, and now her first novel, communicate the strength of Iñuit culture.
Both funny and painful, this 2012 NBA Winner puts the spotlight on protecting indigenous women from sexual violence.
Pulitzer prize finalist, from National Book Award winning Louise Erdrich, author of The Round House.
The best first five pages of descriptive writing I have ever read. --Lisa, owner of Denali Sunrise Publications.