Politics and History
Jose Maria Sison: At Home in the World--Portrait of a Revolutionary, by Ninotchka Rosca and Jose Maria Sison
A biography/autobiography of Jose Maria Sison, Filipino freedom fighter.
Mississippi to Madrid, by James Yates
The memoir of a Black American in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade.
The North Carolina Black Repertory Company: 25 Marvtastic Years, by Felecia Piggott McMillan, PhD
This pictorial history is the only book to chronicle the first black professional theatre company in North Carolina and the National Black Theatre Festival.
Surviving the Fire, ed. by Lilo Klug
A collection of stories and memories of German women during World War II.
Triumph over Marcos, by Thomas Churchill
A true story based on the lives of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo, Filipino American cannery union organizers, their assassinations, and the trial that followed.
Face to Face with Katrina Survivors: A First Responder’s Tribute, by Lemuel A. Moyé, M.D., Ph.D.
A series of enthralling personal accounts of Katrina evacuees.
For children and families:
Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom, by Charles A. Taylor
The history and observance of the holiday of Juneteenth.