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White Too Long, by Robert P. Jones Simon & Schuster hide caption

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American Christianity Must Reckon With Legacy Of White Supremacy, Author Says

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A Mean Ghost Story And A Souped-Up Crime Novel Will Wise You Up Fast

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In His New Book, Stephen Graham Jones Explores The Idea Of 'Good Indians'

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Maria Sherman's new book gives critical consideration to a too-often maligned phenomenon within pop music: the boy band. Alex Fine/Courtesy of Black Dog & Leventhal hide caption

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A New Book Traces The History Of Boy Bands, The Pop Phenomenon 'Larger Than Life'

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When it comes to the climate change, "you can see these vast changes in the future, and you can be worried about them, but you can still continue to do good and work in the moment for small things," says Zach St. George. Above, a sequoia in California's Giant Sequoia National Monument in July 2002. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Believe It Or Not, Forests Migrate — But Not Fast Enough For Climate Change

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Natasha Trethewey served as U.S. poet laureate in 2012 and 2013. She won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize in poetry for her 2006 collection Native Guard. Nancy Crampton/Broadside hide caption

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After Years Of 'Willed Amnesia,' Trethewey Opens Up About Her Murdered Mother

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Majority counsel Norm Eisen attends a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Dec. 4, 2019 Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Norm Eisen Says He Drafted 10 Articles Of Impeachment A Month Before Inquiry

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Mike Birbiglia was initially reluctant to become a father, but his wife, Jen Stein, saw things things differently. "I felt like [parenthood] was the kind of challenge that we were ready for," she says. Ryan Miller/Capture Imaging hide caption

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'Reluctant Dad' Mike Birbiglia And Poet Jen Stein Share 'Painful' Parenting Truths

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