The Suburbs Aren’t What They Seem in “Suburban Death Project”

The veil of “cookie-cutter pleasantness” is lifted in Aimee Parkison’s short story collection, “Suburban Death Project.” on suburban America.

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“Profit and Punishment” Explores the Trickle-Down Effects of Poverty in America’s Criminal Justice System

A review of Tony Messenger’s book, “Profit and Punishment: How America Criminalizes the Poor in the Name of Justice.”

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“The Opioid Epidemic and US Culture” Aims to Expand the Conversation

“The Opioid Epidemic,” edited by Travis D. Stimeling, is a collection of essays expanding the conversation surrounding opioid addiction.

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Environmental Injustice in Rural America

Environmentalist Catherine Coleman Flowers’ recent book “Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret” addresses waste as an issue of racial and environmental justice.

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