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by James D. White
Building anti-racist companies by design creates great places to work for all. Business leaders who are ready to take a bold stance to make the […]
by Danny Warshay
See, Solve, Scale is a proven and paradigm-shifting method to unleashing your inner entrepreneur.
by Belinha S. De Abreu
Providing context, reflection points, and ready-to-use lesson plans, this powerful book illuminates the intersections of social justice and media literacy for educators, school and public […]
by Daisy Auger-Dominguez
We are amid a national reckoning on race, and corporations are on high alert. But managers, especially those between the C-suite and entry-level, often feel […]
by Vincent F. Cotter
Leaning Into the Future: Building Beyond the Post Covid-19 New Normal converts change theory into proven practice.
by John D. Harder and Guy N. Cameron
A comprehensive and informative review of mammalian biology and conservation in Ohio with illustrative accounts of fifty-five species, including updated research and high-quality photographs, maps, […]
by Richard Paul and Linda Elder
This introductory critical thinking text provides an integrated, universal concept of critical thinking that is both substantive and practical. As leading scholars of the critical […]
by Paula Greathouse and Victor Malo-Juvera
Young Adult and Canonical Literature offers educators approaches for teaching young adult literature in tandem with the most commonly taught canonical texts.
by Rachel Slaughter
Turning the Page: The Ultimate Guide for Teachers to Multicultural Literature helps educators find multicultural books for the classroom that align with the curriculum. Inside […]
by Jean Halley, Amy Eshleman, and Ramya Mahadevan Vijaya
An interdisciplinary, supplemental textbook for undergraduate students that challenges students to see race as everyone’s issue.
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