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BRI Summer Reading List

BRI staff members discuss some of the best books they have read recently, and why you should check them out, too. From the role that discriminatory Reconstruction policies played in shaping modern anti-African American racism (Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s Stony the Road) to methods of overcoming human self-delusion (David McRaney’s You Are Not So Smart and You Are Now Less Dumb) and beyond, the BRI staff offers several interesting reads worth exploring this summer. Read on!