Congressman John Lewis' first-hand account of his lifelong struggle for civil and human rights, meditating in the modern age on the distance traveled since the days of Jim Crow and segregation.
Books 2 and 3 also in our collection.
A collection of short comics about the COVID-19 pandemic. Diverse artists address disruptions in work, school, and family life as well as failures in public policy, racial biases, and systemic inequalities revealed by the pandemic.
A story of two friends growing up in Cairo, one American, one Egyptian. Their friendship is put to the test when medical crises in each family reveals stark differences in their perspectives...until the Arab Spring revolution changes everything.
Incorporating historical records and stakeholder interviews, We Are Wynadotte (Kansas City, KS) created two comics on redlining, how the practice continues to affect the health of their community, and possible solutions to correct them.
Considers the history of medical experimentation on unwilling subjects, with particular emphasis on “founding father of gynecology” J. Marion Sims’ abuse of enslaved Black women, and the ramifications of benefiting from this cruel approach to medicine.