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In the tradition of The Boys in the Boat and Seabiscuit, a fascinating portrait of a groundbreaking but forgotten figure--the remarkable Major Taylor, the black man who broke racial barriers by becoming the world’s fastest and most famous bicyclist at the height of the Jim Crow era.
“Gripping. Spies, romance, Gestapo thugs, blown-up trains, courage, and treachery (lots of treachery)--and all of it true.”--Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City and Dead Wake
Touching Home in China: In Search of Missing Girlhoods
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Meet New York City Marathon champion and Olympic medalist Shalane Flanagan and get your copy of her cookbook Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow signed the morning before the Boston Marathon!
“…a Jewel of a collection of US revolutionaries’ memoirs that captures and recreates the period like no other…” --Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
From Cuba to Harvard Yard and San Francisco State. Defying the travel ban, fighting the war and racism, student strikes, labor and community alliances.
COME CELEBRATE, question, and enjoy readings from this publication of memoirs with participants in struggles from the sixties and seventies, as part of the vital discussion about building strong movements today.
Kim McLarin reads from her essay collection Womanish, in conversation with 2018 Boston Artist-in-Residence Nakia Hill.
In her long-awaited debut, a beloved master teacher shows us how to move from the “constant squeeze” of suffering to a direct experience of enoughness.