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Living on after great pain.
In 'The Battle for Room 314' by Ed Boland, you’ll get a view of today’s classroom—one you’ll barely recognize.
The friendship between Pauli Murray and Eleanor Roosevelt.
'Soul Serenade' is one of those books that sticks in your brain—not only for the musical memories it evokes, but because the memoir itself leaves its mark.
You always thought there would be a picket fence in your future. And, as in 'The Wedding Heard ’Round the World,' making history would be a nice bonus.
A pioneer in the gay rights movement, Mark Segal travels the road to LGBT equality.
Essays on black gay identity.
Though the subtitle James Dean’s Final Hours suggests a limited subject matter, Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die is more comprehensive and expansive than that
Somebody just needed to get you started; you can take it from there, as you’ll see in The Right Side of History by Adrian Brooks.