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CCAD's First-Year Common Read

a collection of essays by
Hanif Abdurraqib

This page is for the exclusive use of CCAD students participating in CCAD's "First-Year Common Read" for the 2021-2022 school year.

All others, please visit the regular book page here: They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us.

We reserve the right to cancel and refund any orders made by non-CCAD students.

Hello CCAD students!
This book has been discounted to $10 (plus Ohio tax) for you!
—At checkout, you will be given the option of free pickup* or USPS Media Mail shipping for $3.30.
—If you choose an ebook option, please research how to open an ebook file before contacting us for help.
—Please note: For the checkout to work, you may only have 1 copy of this title, without any other items, in your cart.
*Pickup info: 1124 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH 43206. A bag with your items will be ready at the start of the next business day. Find open hours, parking info, and more on our sister website: twodollarradioHQ.com/info
Thank you, and enjoy!

$ 10.00 $ 16.99

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