Bev Boisseau Stohl & Jean Duffy
Bev Stohl ran the MIT office of the renowned linguist and social critic Noam Chomsky for nearly two and a half decades. This is her account of those years, working next to a man described by the New York Times as "arguably the most important intellectual alive today."
The inspirational story of an amazing group of soccer-playing South African "grannies" and their journey to the U.S. These women play together despite resistance from their communities in order to improve their health and socialize--and for a brief respite from the injustices and struggles they face on a daily basis.