The Good Fight: America's Ongoing Struggle for Justice
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From the creator of the bestselling Day in the Life series comes an extraordinary illustrated book focusing on oppressed groups in the United States.
Through 170 powerful photographs taken by the world’s leading photographers over the past century, this timely book captures the oppression—and the successes—experienced by women, African Americans, Native Americans, Jews, Muslims, the LGBTQ community, Latinos, Asian Americans, and the disabled. Along with the eloquent images and graphics, The Good Fight includes short guest essays from individuals representing each group. The writers include:
George Takei (Star Trek) on Japanese internment camps.
Aimee Mullins (star of Stranger Things) on disability rights.
Zak Ebrahim, whose father carried out the 1993 attack on the World Trade Towers, on American Muslims.
Richard Bernstein, a former New York Times and Time magazine author, on Jewish Americans.
Aaron Huey, a National Geographic journalist, on Native Americans.
In addition, The Good Fight features unique technology that enables readers to point their smartphones or tablets at over 50 photographs to view online video clips, including TED Talks, that vividly bring each group’s story to life.
Age Range: High School - Adult
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This item will be available on October 17, 2017
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