Black Is the Body
Black Is the Body is a collection of 12 autobiographical essays by American author Emily Bernard, reflecting her experiences as an African American woman in the Southern U.S.
First published in 1992, this classic text by bell hooks examines the representation of Black people in media in an attempt to disrupt, unsettle, and challenge us.
Ric Prado details his career with the Central Intelligence Agency, including his time spent in counter-terrorism and training Contras in South America.
Black Resistance to British Policing
A critical insight into the colonial origins of structural racism in the British police force and how the Black community organizes against it.
Sudhir Hazareesingh's biography of Toussaint Louverture, formerly enslaved person and Haitian revolutionary hero, seeks to uncover the real man behind the myth.
A striking commentary on man's relationship with nature, Blackfish acts as a plea to release orcas from captivity and back into the wild where they belong.
Candace Owens calls out the cynical exploitation of Black Americans by the Democratic Party and urges the community to take control of its own problems without the need for big government intervention.
Blended and Online Learning Design
UCL (University College London)
This course from University College London gives classroom teachers the tools and understanding to effectively shift their teaching online.
Mahzarin R. Banaji, Anthony G. Greenwald
Leading psychologists Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald discuss how biases can manifest subconsciously and what we can do to counteract them.
Blink explains what happens when you listen to your gut feeling, why these snap judgments are often much more efficient than conscious deliberating, and how to avoid your intuition leading you to wrong assumptions.
Blitzed offers a new perspective on the history of Nazi Germany, exploring how widespread drug addiction influenced one of the world's cruelest regimes — and one of history's most infamous dictators.
Reid Hoffman, Chris Yeh
Blitzscaling is the strategy some of today's most valuable companies have used to achieve huge market shares, insanely fast growth, big profit margins, and become corporate giants in a very short time.
Block, Delete, Move On
Anonymous relationships expert LalalaLetMeExplain dispenses dating and life advice fit for the 2020s, aimed at single women.
Stephen P Williams
A conceptual introduction to blockchain, providing insight into its real-world applications to encourage us to see how it can change our lives.
Blockchain Basics is a short course covering the history, evolution, and advantages of blockchain, and bitcoin in particular, as well as its technical and cultural challenges.
Blockchain Bubble or Revolution
Neel Mehta, Aditya Agashe, Parth Detroja
A trio of tech experts goes beyond the blockchain hype with a level-headed overview of where the technology might be useful, and where it probably won't be.
Don Tapscott, Alex Tapscott
Blockchain Revolution explains how the power of the new technology behind Bitcoin can transform our world financially by improving the way we store our money and do business to make it more fair, transparent, equal, and free from corruption.
Blood and Oil
Bradley Hope, Justin Scheck
In Blood and Oil, Wall Street Journal reporters Bradley Hope and Justin Scheck perform a deep dive into the Saudi Arabian royal family and chronicle Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's rise to power.
Blood, Sweat, and Pixels
Blood, Sweat, and Pixels shows us why making video games is one of the most challenging and stressful jobs in the world.
Historian Timothy Snyder examines the devastation suffered by Eastern Europe in the twentieth century at the hands of both Nazi Germany and Stalin's USSR.
Blowing My Way to the Top
This tongue-in-cheek account from hairdresser Jen Atkin is a collection of advice for anyone who wants to make it in beauty and business, and details what it's like to be responsible for the hair of A-listers.