Shelf 3: Multicultural History

When I was young, I thought of “race” in, literally, “black and white” terms, despite the fact that I lived in a community with a large and vibrant Chican@ presence. In the early 1980s, I promised Menominee scholar and activist Ada Deer that I’d rectify the blindness. These are the books I return to for a foundation as I respond to the ever-changing multicultural fabric of American society.