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Join Danielle Dreilinger and Kate Moore in a conversation about their new books, which center on gender-based injustices from America's recent past, the women who fought for better lives, and what their stories have to teach us today.
Join LibraryReads and ALMA (the Adult Library Marketing Association) for Book Buzz. Library marketing reps will showcase upcoming summer and fall 2021 titles they love. Don't miss the chance to hear about the hottest new titles in nonfiction!
Speakers: Rebecca Vnuk (LibraryReads), Sharon Shell, Linette Kim, Chris Vaccari, Annie Mazes, Melissa Nicholas, Melissa Croce, Golda Rademacher, Tucker Stone, Margaret Coffee, Christopher Connolly, Anna-Lisa Sandstrum, Ellen Whitaker
Steven Rogers and Raphael and Opeyemi Sofoluke discuss Black identity in the working world, the racial wealth disparity, obstacles to Black professional progress, and being part of the solution.
In a conversation examining dominant ideas in politics, medicine, and economics, Rupa Marya, Raj Patel, and Nesrine Malik discuss our current systems in crisis and consider solutions for a more just future.
These new nonfiction books by LGBTQIA+ and/or BIPOC authors have been nominated by editors as their top picks! In this session, the editors and authors behind these highly anticipated titles share why these books belong on your shelf. The goal of this Editors’ Picks series is to amplify under-supported voices in publishing while helping you find your next great read.
Speakers: Jen Manion (author), Julianna Haubner (Simon & Schuster), Alessandra Bastagli (Astra House), Sara Blanchard (author), Misashia Suzuki Graham (author), Rohit Bhargarva (author), Peter Staley (author), Evan F. Moore (author), Jashvina Shah (author), Nim Moorthy (Pluto Books), Crystal Byrd Farmer (author), Fern L. Johnson (author), Marlene G. Fine (author), Ilsa Govan (author), Tilman Smith (author), Sara Richmond (Edelweiss)