Social Science, Discrimination & Race Relations
Workplace Sexual Harassment, Backlash, Bullying and Gaslighting: A Memoir by K. Koslowsky-Jones
Compelled uniquely contributes to the current conversation about workplace sexual harassment, and discusses the backlash, bullying and gaslighting behaviours which often follow. Its theoretical, legal and historical overview provides context in ...
My Story: Embracing My Stutter
by Jane Ngabirano
This book is about my life growing up and living with a speech challenge. It is the kind of book I wish I had read when I was 13 years old and even as an adult. It is a book that encourages anyone living with a challenge real or perceived, to not ...
Mirrors & Reflections
Knowing Your Power: From One Muslim Immigrant Sister to Another by Khulood Agha Khan
This guidebook peeks into the lives of Muslim immigrant women in Canada from around the world. The book begins with a land acknowledgement in an immigrant style where we recognize the stolen land that is being forced to share. It mentions some ...
America on the Brink by Terol
In his provocative new memoire, Terol recounts the racist history of the United States of America, interrogating the fraught socio-political climate of the last eighty years. Beginning with his parents in 1943 and exploring his own experiences ...
Past and Present by Boris W. Kishchuk
For anyone interested in Canadian history and past and present racism in Canada, this is a thoroughly researched exploration of Canada’s history of internal colonialism, starting in the mid-1800s. The author gives thirty examples of Canadian ...
Shaped by Hate, Exclusion and Racism
How to Navigate and Rise in a Hostile Environment by Tarcisse Ruhamyandekwe
This book tells a story of Tarcisse Ruhamyandekwe whose journey started at his birth in Rwanda. In his life, he has experienced so many acts of exclusion, discrimination and racism, so many times that his first reaction has been always to ignore ...
Colonization and Imperialism in Libraries
Perspective from a Caribbean Immigrant by Mark-Shane Scale
Former university lecturer and Caribbean immigrant Mark-Shane Scale offers an unsettling look at how the centuries-old legacy of colonialism and imperialism continues to haunt one of the most seemingly innocuous and unexpected of spaces: the world’s ...
Running For Freedom
by Jolly Bakatu
As you may have guessed from reading this book, i have deep feelings and strong opinions about human rights violation by those who helped create human rights in the world. everyone has the right to a life that is free of the fear of violence. For a ...
Diamond Gods Of the Morning Sun
The Vancouver Asahi Baseball Story by Ron Hotchkiss
This is the story of the Asahi, a Japanese Canadian baseball team that was formed in 1914 and competed in Vancouver's Caucasian leagues between 1918 and 1941. Using a strategy called "brain ball," the smaller Japanese defeated the larger white ...
VisAble and Empowered
Tara’s Top Tips for Living Freely, Fully, and On Purpose by Tara Geraghty-Ellis
Living with a disability or chronic illness can be extremely frustrating. In addition to the pain and symptoms you have to deal with there are the many barriers you face on a daily basis. Then when you try to get anything done to improve your life, ...