The opposite of racist isn't not racist, it's antiracist. Kendi explores what antiracism means in different parts of life.
This book presents stories, data, research, and case studies showing how women are left out of the data that drives our world, resulting in products, policies, and environments suited to men.
Hyeonseo Lee escaped from North Korea by herself when she was just 17 and was cut of from her family for many years as she was forced to survive in China, a country that could deport her back to North Korea at any time, where she would be killed for her escape.
George M. Johnson recounts his childhood and young adult life, focusing on his sexuality and race, as well as the intersection between those.
Synopsis: Melinda Gates tells the story of how the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation evolved and different ways in which empowering and helping women changes the world for the better.
One of my goals this year was to read more nonfiction, and oh man did I start with a big one! Since it's publication last year, I had heard non-stop praise for it, and I've always admired Michelle, so I had to read it.