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Godless Americana

GODLESS AMERICANA

“So much conversation regarding atheism and humanism gains no traction, and does little to push beyond areas of comfort and well worn arguments. Sikivu Hutchinson’s work offers an important corrective to this. With clear and sharp insights, Hutchinson pushes readers to recognize and tackle the patterns of thought and action that limit any real ability to respond to issues of race, gender, and sexuality from a transformative and humanist perspective. Read her work, but fasten your seat belt first!” —Anthony Pinn, author African American Humanist Principles and The End of God Talk: An African American Humanist TheologyView on Amazon

 

Imagining Transit

“In this slim yet informed and complex volume, Sikivu Hutchinson provides a thoughtful examination of America’s shift from public transit to private automotive transportation throughout the past century. In particular Hutchinson explores the effects of this phenomenon on non-Anglo communities, women and the poor in the Los Angeles area. The book is impressively synthetic, both in its theoretical scope and in the numerous varied sources of data the author consulted in her work.” –William Sutch, George Mason University Space and Culture Journal

 

Moral Combat

MORAL COMBAT

“Sikivu Hutchinson’s superbly written and well-researched book stands out like a sore thumb among the books of “New Atheists” such as Christopher Hitchens, Victor Stenger, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and Daniel Dennett. Hutchinson puts forth a bold analysis of the political and religious culture wars raging across the U.S. She examines the Religious Right, scientism amongst white secular humanists, the need for social and economic justice, the ethical imperative to defend the rights of LGBTQ people, etc. She does all of this from the perspective of a progressive African American feminist.” –Norm R. Allen Jr., author African American Humanism
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White People, Black Paradise

White Nights, Black Paradise

 

“Sikivu Hutchinson’s vision of Jonestown, of the real people who left behind despair for what they thought was belief and hope, is a valuable one – her take is the one America hasn’t yet seen.” Susan Straight, authorBetween Heaven and Here and Take One Candle, Light a Room

“Sikivu Hutchinson’s beautifully written novel captures the complicated relationship between remembering the past and attempting to forget. Her work is hauntingly evocative.”
Duchess Harris, Professor of American Studies, MacAlester College, Author Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Clinton/Obama

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