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Tuesday, March 03 2020

A captivating memoir that chronicles the life of a woman who, through her mentorship by the legendary Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was instrumental in securing the right for US women to vote.

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Sunday, March 01 2020

This historical thriller explores a journey of life, love, and war spanning the period from the outbreak of World War I until the early years of World War II. But Dublin Zoo is not just about family travails, love, and war. Instead, it describes the everyday tale of conflict between men, man against nature, and man against himself.

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Thursday, February 27 2020

Friendship, resistance, and untold truths behind Black Student Activism in the 1960s. Fifty years ago, eight black students at Swarthmore College demanded change. They got it.

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Wednesday, August 07 2019

Our Native Daughters (Rhiannon Giddens, Amythyst Kiah, Leyla McCalla, Allison Russell) pull from and are inspired by 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century sources, including slave narratives and early minstrels to create new works from old ones that shine new light on African-American women’s stories of struggle, resistance, and hope.

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Monday, August 05 2019

Young Lincoln follows the future president through six years on the rugged Illinois frontier, a pivotal time in Lincoln's life expertly captured by author Sam Rawlins. Lincoln buffs everywhere as well as those who like powerful, well-told stories will find shining lights of truth on every page of Young Lincoln.

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