The upheaval and protest in the aftermath of a police shooting is told through the eyes of a different community member each chapter, each with their own voice and perspective.
CJ's school is named after the man who scammed her family's florist business from them when they were put into internment camps almost a century ago--now her mom wants to get rid of the business again and her friends are campaigning to change the name of the school. A great book about how we get trapped between past and future.
A collection of stories, poetry, and art that portray the way resistance happens all around us. The contributor list for this collection is an all-star roster and every piece is a banger.
Juliet jumps right out of the closet and into an internship with her feminist authorial idol, crossing the country from NYC to Portland to outrun her family's shock. This book had me smiling on every page because the way Rivera writes is downright fun!