In August of 1920, thirty-five states had ratified the Nineteenth Amendment granting women in the United States the right to vote. Twelve states had either rejected the amendment or refused to vote at all. Read more
“In my work as an organizational psychologist, in almost 15 years, I noticed that to a person, people who I was coaching and working with were most successful, knew who they were, how they were seen and how they fit into the world around them. But over and over I saw a shortage of self-awareness, not just in the companies I worked in, but nearly everywhere I looked. And I think a lot of people would agree.”
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Step into the studio with acclaimed author Ta-Nehisi Coates as he records BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME, a bold memoir and exploration of Americaâ€™s racial history, written in the form of a letter to his son—resulting in a uniquely intimate and intensely personal audiobook. Read more
Go behind the scenes for history in the making as two-time Odyssey Honor-winning narrator Tim Federle records Ann Bausum’s STONEWALL, a pivotal audiobook about the gay rights movement written especially for teens. Read more