Tracy Gifts got Moodiness? – Nice Men’s Short Sleeve T-Shirt, Heather, Large

$22.99

(as of Oct 16,2018 13:17:13 UTC – Details)



In summer, in winter, in spring or in fall this shirt will keep you covered and do its job quite nicely. Its comfortable, fashionable, and trendy keeping you in the look and feeling good through every season.This soft men’s t-shirt is made with 100% pre-shrunk cotton
This tee has a nice 6oz weight for a nice solid feel.
A perfectly formed seamless collar makes this a great addition to any dresser or closet
With its taped shoulder-to-shoulder stiching, this tee fits perfectly and feels great
As always, sizes vary between styles so be sure to check our size chart graphic before ordering!



#ralph – 11oz Color Changing Hashtag Sturdy Ceramic Coffee Cup Mug, Matte Black

$22.89

(as of Oct 16,2018 11:11:22 UTC – Details)



Need a gift for your boss, spouse, friend, neighbor, or mailman? This mug makes a great choice for a gift! Its magic! It changes color when you add hot liquid! It features a classic styling made from a newly designed mold for maximum durability.This is a classic magic mug. At room temperature the mug is matte black. Add hot liquid and the design is revealed.
This mug holds 11oz of hot or cold liquids.
This cup is Microwave Safe. It is not Dishwasher Safe. Handwash Only.



Coming of Age in Mississippi: The Classic Autobiography of a Young Black Girl in the Rural South

$18.00 - $14.22

(as of Oct 16,2018 10:08:35 UTC – Details)



Born to a poor couple who were tenant farmers on a plantation in Mississippi, Anne Moody lived through some of the most dangerous days of the pre-civil rights era in the South. The week before she began high school came the news of Emmet Till’s lynching. Before then, she had “known the fear of hunger, hell, and the Devil. But now there was…the fear of being killed just because I was black.” In that moment was born the passion for freedom and justice that would change her life.

An all-A student whose dream of going to college is realized when she wins a basketball scholarship, she finally dares to join the NAACP in her junior year. Through the NAACP and later through CORE and SNCC she has first-hand experience of the demonstrations and sit-ins that were the mainstay of the civil rights movement, and the arrests and jailings, the shotguns, fire hoses, police dogs, billy clubs and deadly force that were used to destroy it.

A deeply personal story but also a portrait of a turning point in our nation’s destiny, this autobiography lets us see history in the making, through the eyes of one of the footsoldiers in the civil rights movement.



A Question of Balance: Weighing the Options on Global Warming Policies

$40.00 - $48.48

(as of Oct 16,2018 04:54:55 UTC – Details)


As scientific and observational evidence on global warming piles up every day, questions of economic policy in this central environmental topic have taken center stage. But as author and prominent Yale economist William Nordhaus observes, the issues involved in understanding global warming and slowing its harmful effects are complex and cross disciplinary boundaries. For example, ecologists see global warming as a threat to ecosystems, utilities as a debit to their balance sheets, and farmers as a hazard to their livelihoods.

 

In this important work, William Nordhaus integrates the entire spectrum of economic and scientific research to weigh the costs of reducing emissions against the benefits of reducing the long-run damages from global warming. The book offers one of the most extensive analyses of the economic and environmental dynamics of greenhouse-gas emissions and climate change and provides the tools to evaluate alternative approaches to slowing global warming. The author emphasizes the need to establish effective mechanisms, such as carbon taxes, to harness markets and harmonize the efforts of different countries. This book not only will shape discussion of one the world’s most pressing problems but will provide the rationales and methods for achieving widespread agreement on our next best move in alleviating global warming.