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Race Relations

This list of books on discrimination covers a wide range of topics, including civil rights, nonviolent resistance, ageism, African American maids in the 1960s, intersectionality of race, class and gender, Chicano experience in America, African American lives in Pittsburgh during the 1940s, racial segregation in America's dark history, ongoing struggle for racial equality in America. It also includes memoirs like Gordon Parks' life story and disability rights activist Judith Heumann's lifelong fight for inclusion and equality. The list also features legal analysis of how race has been constructed and enforced through the American legal system and critical race theory. Additionally, it explores various forms of discrimination like homophobia (gay culture in New York City during the 1970s), unconscious bias and its impact on our perceptions, decisions and actions. The books discuss different social groups like Gypsy people or immigrant children in America as well as examining skin color's impact on African Americans. It also includes biographies of famous civil rights activists like Rosa Parks or Jackie Robinson. Finally, it features historical accounts of events such as Stonewall riots or Irish immigration to America.

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