Race in America, a legendary film, and an outspoken Feminist are the varied topics covered in today’s Nonfiction Round-up.
GOOD KIDS, BAD CITY: A Story of Race and Wrongful Conviction in America by Kyle Swenson
“Cinematically written, this powerful tragedy of racial injustice and urban dysfunction will make readers question the idea that America can promise ‘justice for all.'” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
THE WILD BUNCH: Sam Peckinpah, a Revolution in Hollywood, and the Making of a Legendary Film by W. K. Stratton
“This engaging, well-researched book belongs in every library and in the hands of every student of cinema.”–Library Journal, starred review
OUTRAGEOUS ACTS AND EVERYDAY REBELLIONS: Third Edition by Gloria Steinem
An updated, third edition of the renowned feminist’s most diverse and timeless collection of essays, with a new foreword by Emma Watson.