The exhibition is accompanied by a limited edition set of nine books featuring work from TCP Scholar, TCP Classroom, and TCP Special Projects. The series includes seven activist profiles from Dr. J.T. Roane and Dr. Anjali Dutt’s Archiving Activism project; a condensed version of TCP Scholar Dr. Carolette Norwood’s qualitative study of the implications of violence on Black women’s sexual health in Cincinnati; and a condensed version of Elaina Johns-Wolfe’s TCP Classroom project study of eviction in Cincinnati and Hamilton County. The books were edited by Dr. Stephanie Sadre-Orafai, designed by Matt Wizinsky and Munazza Aijaz, and produced in partnership with Special Collections Press.

Click the book covers below to read more about each project and to hear the women tell their stories.