Release Date August 1, 2018
cover art by Zelda Gatuskin
Trade paper -- 224 pp.
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It is not necessary that we believe in each other's beliefs,
so long as we believe in each other. --ZLG
IF I COULD CONVINCE YOU OF ONLY ONE THING
Gatuskin's essays address modern life and human history, art and science and religion, pop culture and mass media, philosophy and politics, our dealings with each other, and our relationship to nature. They stem from the author's involvement with the Humanist Society of New Mexico and the Feminist Caucus of the American Humanist Association. Inspired by these groups, the writing contains strong appeals for women's equality, social justice for everyone, support of the fine arts, and rejection of dehumanizing violence in screen entertainment. Out of this multi-faceted exploration of humanism and feminism Gatuskin reaches a simple conclusion: Getting along has little to do with what we say we believe or what we call our beliefs. Mainly, it has to do with Respect.
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