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  • The Old Man

    The classic historical biography reissued for the 150th anniversary of John Brown's celebrated uprising against slavery.
  • Organized Labor and the Black Worker, 1619-1981

    A classic, radical history of Black workers' contribution to the American labor movement.
  • People Wasn't Made to Burn

    The long-buried story of a Chicagoan's struggle for justice after four of his children perished in a tragic fire.
  • The Political Economy of Racism

    A forceful, well-researched historical analysis of racism's roots and its persistence in the institutions of American society.
  • Reinventing Race, Reinventing Racism

    Though far from a 'post-racial' society, the form of race and racism in the U.S. has changed over the years.
  • SNCC

    Howard Zinn tells the story of one of the most important civil rights groups in American history.
  • The Southern Mystique

    Howard Zinn examines the politics of the South and his own experiences there.
  • The Speech

    Younge explains why "The Speech" maintains its powerful social relevance by sharing the dramatic story surrounding it.
  • Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

    Super Bowl Champion and three-time Pro Bowler Michael Bennett is an outspoken proponent for social justice and a man without a censor.
  • This Is Not A Test

    Vilson, a teacher from an urban school composed of black and poor youth, challenges racism and inequality in the classroom.
  • A Time to Die

    The essential first hand account of the Attica Prison rebellion, back in print for the 40th anniversary of the uprising
  • Undivided Rights

    Undivided Rights captures the evolving and largely unknown activist history of women of color organizing for reproductive justice.
  • "When the Welfare People Come"

    Analyzes the history of the U.S. child welfare system and its implications today, offering ideas for reform and building solidarity.
  • The Whiskey of our Discontent

    Reflections on the profound influence of poet, educator, and social activist Gwendolyn Brooks through examinations of her life and work.