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The Recipe Box By Linda Ross Meyer
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When April's beloved Cheyenne grandmother dies, all her cousins receive rights to a rich oil deposit on the farm where April lived with her Granny. But April herself inherits only a recipe box. Her... More > scheming Aunt Lily wants to overturn Granny's will and drag April off to Kansas City. The oil company wants to drain the marsh that nurtures April's cherished migrant bird visitors. And April herself misses Granny. The recipe box, however, has a special magic of its own, a magic that is deeply connected to April's own Native American family history and to the land. When April makes loaves of Disappearing Whole Wheat Bread, the wild magic of the recipe box leads her into a friendship with the Gonzales children, whose parents have been detained by immigration authorities. Together, the four children mix up a brew of hospitality that brings the colorful characters of this small town back to the same table.< Less
We the People By Tyke Evenese
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A novel on the Occupy movement that takes us behind the politics of the Occupiers. While the Occupiers refer to it as a largely "no politics" movement, placing emphasis on "direct... More > action", a look into the public and private lives of various characters involved reveals a definite political tendency that permeates the movement and threatens to disarm the Occupiers against its most consciously organized enemy : the One Percent. Along the way we meet students, mothers, daughters and a doll, undocumented workers, a war veteran, a trucker, a union boss, a congress woman, a revolutionary socialist and an undercover Democrat.< Less
We the People By Tyke Evenese
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A novel on the Occupy movement that takes us behind the politics of the Occupiers. While the Occupiers refer to it as a largely "no politics" movement, placing emphasis on "direct... More > action", a look into the public and private lives of various characters involved reveals a definite political tendency that permeates the movement and threatens to disarm the Occupiers against its most consciously organized enemy : the One Percent. Along the way we meet students, mothers, daughters and a doll, undocumented workers, a war veteran, a trucker, a union boss, a congress woman, a revolutionary socialist and an undercover Democrat.< Less
Migration Letters | Vol 10 No 3 | October 2013 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters SPECIAL ISSUE on Immigration and civil society - Guest edited by Martin Bak Jørgensen and Oscar Garcia Agustín | Framing the mobilization of migrants in Sweden |... More > Politics of civility: the case of the Association of Undocumented People of Madrid | Church Asylum – new strategies, alliances and modes of resistance | Fighting discrimination and exclusion: Civil society and immigration policies in Italy | Voices: migrant domestic workers and civil society | Democratising democracy, humanising human rights | Challenges to immigrant associations and NGOs in contemporary Greece | Does FDI affect migration flows? The role of human capital | Restricting Turkish marriage migration? National policy, couples’ coping strategies and international obligations | Insurance and remittances: New evidence from Latin American immigrants to the US< Less
Thirteen Ways To Look At Me By Sojourner Ahebee
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Sojourner Ahebee’s debut poetry collection, Thirteen Ways To Look At Me, is indeed a celebration for this young writer of 14 years of age. Her poetry boldly rejoices in recognizing... More > Africa’s diversity and its magnificence as well as serving as a vehicle for her to honor her memories of Cote d’Ivoire, her home country, and the breath of experiences she had there as a child. Thirteen Ways To Look At Me also addresses, from the perspective of a teen poet, societal challenges such as the unconscionable homicide rate that disproportionately affects Ms. Ahebee’s male peers of color. A self-described activist poet, her poetry seeks to invite her audience to see the humanity of vulnerable people like undocumented workers and homeless war veterans.< Less
Thirteen Ways To Look At Me By Sojourner Ahebee
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Sojourner Ahebee’s debut poetry collection, Thirteen Ways To Look At Me, is indeed a celebration for this young writer of 14 years of age. Her poetry boldly rejoices in recognizing... More > Africa’s diversity and its magnificence as well as serving as a vehicle for her to honor her memories of Cote d’Ivoire, her home country, and the breath of experiences she had there as a child. Thirteen Ways To Look At Me also addresses, from the perspective of a teen poet, societal challenges such as the unconscionable homicide rate that disproportionately affects Ms. Ahebee’s male peers of color. A self-described activist poet, her poetry seeks to invite her audience to see the humanity of vulnerable people like undocumented workers and homeless war veterans.< Less
The Nordic Run By TK Jussila
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A Finnish man loses his daughter when his wife falls under the influence of a militant feminist group and kidnaps their three-year-old. After a month’s disappearance, the father snatches his... More > daughter back and begins a 2-year run from the government, the police force and a powerful feminist group. The author writes about his own true life drama that took him from Helsinki to Lapland, from Sweden to Spain, from Managua to Tangiers, from the Philippines to Japan. Along the way, Interpol is brought in, Finnish district courts fabricate undocumented evidence and overseas Finnish feminist-aid workers are ordered to mobilize. THE NORDIC RUN is a battle of individual morality against a Nordic feminist-leaning political machine, the story of the relationship between a loving father and his daughter, and the role of men in today's feminist Northern Europe. THE NORDIC RUN is based on the Finnish classic "Isän ja lapsen pakomatka", published in 1999. The English language editor is Riva Greenberg.< Less
The Nordic Run By TK Jussila
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A Finnish man loses his daughter when his wife falls under the influence of a militant feminist group and kidnaps their three-year-old. After a month’s disappearance, the father snatches his... More > daughter back and begins a 2-year run from the government, the police force and a powerful feminist group. The author writes about his own true life drama that took him from Helsinki to Lapland, from Sweden to Spain, from Managua to Tangiers, from the Philippines to Japan. Along the way, Interpol is brought in, Finnish district courts fabricate undocumented evidence and overseas Finnish feminist-aid workers are ordered to mobilize. THE NORDIC RUN is a battle of individual morality against a Nordic feminist-leaning political machine, the story of the relationship between a loving father and his daughter, and the role of men in today's feminist Northern Europe. THE NORDIC RUN is based on the Finnish classic "Isän ja lapsen pakomatka", published in 1999. The English language editor is Riva Greenberg.< Less