Diversity, equity & inclusion Book Summaries


"Unbroken" is a deeply personal account by Angela Sterritt that explores the violence against Indigenous women and girls, drawing from her own experiences of trauma, homelessness, and survival. The book also highlights the resilience, hope, and love within the Indigenous community, and Sterritt's journey as a journalist advocating for Indigenous stories and voices in mainstream media.

Greetings from Bury Park

"Greetings from Bury Park" is a memoir by Sarfraz Manzoor that explores his experiences growing up as a British Pakistani in the 1980s, and how Bruce Springsteen's music influenced his life.


"Homecoming" is a a guide about reconnecting with your true self after a disconnection e.g. as a trauma response happaned.

The Culture Map

"The Culture Map" is a book that explores the complexities of global business communication, providing a framework for understanding cultural differences and how they impact international business interactions.


The book Prey discusses the cultural clash and issues arising from mass migration, particularly from Muslim-majority countries to Europe, focusing on the increase in sexual violence and the erosion of women's rights and safety. It also critiques the failure of European governments to effectively address these issues and the societal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Slumdog Millionär

"Slumdog Millionaire" ist ein Roman über einen jungen indischen Jungen aus den Slums von Mumbai, der Kandidat in der indischen Version von "Wer wird Millionär?" wird und aufgrund seines Erfolgs des Betrugs beschuldigt wird.

Slumdog Millionaire

"Slumdog Millionaire" is a novel about a young Indian boy from the slums of Mumbai who becomes a contestant on the Indian version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" and is accused of cheating due to his success.

Delusions of Gender

"Delusions of Gender" is a book by Cordelia Fine that critically examines and challenges the traditional stereotypes and biases about the differences between male and female brains, arguing that they are largely influenced by societal expectations and norms.

No Country

"No Country" is a historical novel by Kalyan Ray that explores the intertwined lives of four families over two centuries, across three continents, highlighting the impacts of colonialism, migration, and cultural identity.

Invisible Women

"Invisible Women" is a book that explores the systemic gender bias in data collection and analysis, highlighting how this bias impacts women's lives in various sectors such as healthcare, technology, and urban planning.

The Power of Neurodiversity

The Power of Neurodiversity explores the concept of neurodiversity, emphasizing the strengths and abilities of individuals with neurologically based mental disorders. It advocates for a shift in perspective, from viewing these conditions as disabilities to recognizing them as simply different ways of being, and highlights the importance of creating supportive environments that accommodate these differences.

Nicht so schlimm

Nicht So Schlimm ist eine Sammlung von Essays, die die Kultur von Vergewaltigung, sexueller Übergriff und Belästigung erforscht und dabei die Erfahrungen und Perspektiven verschiedener Überlebender hervorhebt. Das Buch zielt darauf ab, die Vorstellung herauszufordern, dass einige Erfahrungen "nicht so schlimm" sind und betont die Wichtigkeit, die Wahrheit über diese Themen zu sprechen.

Ruhe ist eine Superkraft

"Stille ist eine Superkraft" ist ein Leitfaden für Introvertierte, um in extrovertierten Umgebungen, insbesondere am Arbeitsplatz, zu navigieren und zu gedeihen, indem sie ihre einzigartigen Stärken und Fähigkeiten nutzen. Es bietet praktische Strategien, Beispiele aus dem wirklichen Leben und persönliche Geschichten aus den eigenen Erfahrungen des Autors als introvertierter Fachmann.

Not That Bad

Not That Bad is a collection of essays that explores the culture of rape, sexual assault, and harassment, highlighting the experiences and perspectives of various survivors. The book aims to challenge the notion that some experiences are "not that bad" and emphasizes the importance of speaking the truth about these issues.

Quiet Is a Superpower

"Quiet Is a Superpower" is a guide for introverts to navigate and thrive in extroverted environments, particularly in the workplace, by leveraging their unique strengths and abilities. It provides practical strategies, real-life examples, and personal stories from the author's own experiences as an introverted professional.

Social Justice Parenting

Social Justice Parenting is a guide to raising children with a strong sense of social consciousness, empathy, and advocacy for justice. It provides practical tools and strategies for parents to foster open dialogue, compassion, kindness, and active engagement in social justice issues within their families.

The Racial Healing Handbook

The Racial Healing Handbook is a comprehensive workbook designed to help individuals of all racial backgrounds understand themselves as racial/cultural beings, challenge privilege, confront systemic racism, and engage in collective healing. It provides practical activities, exercises, and strategies for personal growth and transformation in the context of race and racism.

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