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Culture & Society
Science & Environment

Disability Visibility

Alice Wong

Disability Visibility is a collection of essays, written by disabled authors and compiled by activist Alice Wong, that illustrate what it is like to live with a disability.

Business

Discover Your Superskills

Beate Chelette

Analyze your personality, identify your 'superskills,' and learn how to pitch them in professional settings with this comprehensive personality course from Beate Chelette.

Personal Growth

Discovering Your Strengths

Dave Crenshaw

Leadership expert Dave Crenshaw offers a journey of self-discovery, sharing effective methods to help you discover your gifts, passions, and skills.

Culture & Society

Disturbing the Peace

Stephen Apkon, Andrew Young

This documentary follows a group of former soldiers from both sides of the Palestine-Israel conflict who have dropped their guns and began a movement for peace.

Business
Career & Success
Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Culture & Society

Diversity for Dummies

Warren Chalklen, PhD

This course details the principles of multicultural education and their relation to social problems related to race, class, gender, and sexual orientation to create a more inclusive world for all.

Business
Culture & Society
Career & Success

Diversity in the Workplace

Bärí A. Williams

Diversity in the Workplace by Bärí A. Williams uses real-life interviews to convey common experiences that minorities face in the workplace.

Biographies

DMX: Don't Try to Understand

Christopher Frierson, Clark Slater

In the wake of Earl 'DMX' Simmons' sudden death, filmmaker Christopher Frierson commemorates the rapper's legacy. This intimate documentary draws back the curtain on the off-stage events in the final year of DMX's life.

Personal Growth
Career & Success
Parenting & Relationships

Doesn't Hurt to Ask

Trey Gowdy

In Doesn't Hurt to Ask, former federal prosecutor Trey Gowdy teaches us how to ask the right questions, both inside and outside of a court of law.

Lifestyle
Science & Environment
Culture & Society

Dog's Best Friend

Simon Garfield

In Dog's Best Friend, canine lover Simon Garfield explores the historical origins and cultural significance of dogs, shedding light on the deep connection humans share with them.

Science & Environment

Dogs, Explained

Ezra Klein, Joe Posner, Ora Dekornfeld, Claire Gordon

Why is it that humans have such a strong affinity to dogs, rather than many other animals? Dogs, Explained addresses this question through the exploration of humans and canines' history and modern science.

Technology & the Future
Culture & Society

Don't Be Evil

Rana Foroohar

Rana Foroohar investigates how the biggest tech companies became the behemoths they are today, making immense profits, shifting presidential elections worldwide, and polarizing society by manipulating a resource they acquire for free – our data.

Leadership & Entrepreneurship

Don't Make Me Think

Steve Krug

User experience expert Steve Krug presents the updated definitive guide to internet usability, explaining how to create user-friendly, intuitive websites that get your message across effectively on all devices.

Personal Growth

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

Richard Carlson

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff will keep you from letting the little, stressful things in life (like your email inbox, rushing to trains, and annoying co-workers) drive you insane, and help you find peace and calm in a stressful world.

Culture & Society

Don't Touch My Hair

Emma Dabiri

In her fearless book, Emma Dabiri takes the reader through an educational and anecdotal history of Black hairstyles and their personal significance, from her Yoruba heritage to her experience as a Black Irish woman.

Personal Growth
Health & Fitness
Mind & Philosophy

Don’t Tell Me to Relax

Ralph De La Rosa

Don't Tell Me to Relax explores how to maintain emotional resilience in an unjust world, without suppressing our frustrations, no matter how justified they might be.

Personal Growth
Parenting & Relationships
Mind & Philosophy

Dr. Brene Brown: How to Know Ourselves & Be Known by Our People

We Can Do Hard Things, Glennon Doyle, Brene Brown

In this November 2021 episode of We Can Do Hard Things, Glennon Doyle talks to best-selling author Brené Brown about some of the key concepts from her new book, Atlas of the Heart.

Science & Environment

Drawdown

Paul Hawken (ed)

Drawdown is a collection of proposed solutions by scientists and policymakers, outlining a roadmap for how humanity can not only stop emitting greenhouse gases by 2050, but begin returning them from the atmosphere to the Earth.

Arts & Design

Drawing with Illustrator: Vector Graphics

Stewart Scott-Curran

Drawing with Illustrator: Vector Graphics is an introduction to Adobe Illustrator, focusing mainly on the basic and simple illustration tools that have a wide application in the world of design.

Career & Success
Personal Growth
Business

Dream Big

Bob Goff

In Dream Big, Bob Goff teaches readers how to visualize their goals, set an action plan, and connect with God along the way.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy
Parenting & Relationships

Driven to Distraction

Edward M. Hallowell M.D., John J. Ratey M.D.

Psychiatrist Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. and Harvard Professor John J. Ratey, M.D. explain the science behind Attention Deficit Disorder and how best sufferers can manage it.

Business
Marketing & Sales
Leadership & Entrepreneurship

E-Commerce Essentials

Tracey Wallace

This course from online business and marketing expert Tracey Wallace is a step-by-step guide to launching a profitable online store — all from your computer.

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