Beacon Broadside: A Project of Beacon Press


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¡Unidos and Inclusive for a Stronger Nation!: A Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month Reading List

Talk about an affront to human life. In a bait-and-switch tactic to push the Right’s anti-immigrant message, FL Governor Ron DeSantis paid to send 50 migrants like cattle on an airplane from San Anton

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History American Society Race and Ethnicity in America Biography and Memoir Feminism, Gender, and Sexuality Literature and the Arts Eileen Truax Queer Perspectives Detained and Deported Margaret Regan Aviva Chomsky An African American and Latinx History of the United States Paul Ortiz How Does It Feel to Be Unwanted? Christian Coleman Ruth Behar Central America’s Forgotten History And the Category Is... Ricky Tucker antes que isla es volcán / before island is volcano Boomerang / Bumerán Achy Obejas Elizabeth Cummins Muñoz Mothercoin Raquel Salas Rivera Alexandra Lytton Regalado Racial Innocence Relinquenda Tanya Katerí Hernández The Vulnerable Observer: 25th Anniversary Edition

Fierce in Plain Sight, Dahomey’s Full-Time Women Soldiers Meant Business

By Pamela D. Toler | In the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, the kingdom of Dahomey in West Africa, in what is now the Republic of Benin, employed troops of trained full-time women soldie

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History Feminism, Gender, and Sexuality Pamela D. Toler Women Warriors

Beacon Behind the Books: Meet Lindsay Wang, Digital and Social Media Intern

Like most other people in the industry, I’m here because I love books! I love words and how they can be combined to reveal a new way of knowing the world. For a while, my dream was to become a writer,

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Beacon Behind the Books

Ode to the Black Poets, Books, and Questions That Grew Me Up

A Q&A with Remica Bingham-Risher | I actually never contemplated writing a book of nonfiction. When I started interviewing Black poets I admired, I did imagine that one day, I’d compile all those inte

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Race and Ethnicity in America Biography and Memoir Literature and the Arts Christian Coleman Remica Bingham-Risher Soul Culture

Beacon Behind the Books: Meet Avery Cook, Sales and Marketing Assistant

I was always interested in being somewhere in the world of books. Before college, I wanted to be a full-time writer, and at some point, in those four years, I realized I needed more social interaction

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Beacon Behind the Books Beacon Staff Avery Cook