In 2006, Mazie K. Hirono (D-HI) became the first Asian American woman and first immigrant elected to the U.S. Congress. In Heart of Fire, Hirono recalls her early life in Japan and Hawaii, and addresses racial inequality in the United States.
HeForShe founder Elizabeth Nyamayaro tells the story of her childhood in Zimbabwe, where a devastating famine brought UN workers to her village, setting her on the path toward her own humanitarian career.
By all rights, Iraya and Jazmyne — two young witches with claims to the same throne — should be enemies. But seizing the throne means taking out a shared adversary, and neither of them is powerful enough to defeat her alone.