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  • 1919

    Reflections on race, class, violence, segregation, and the hidden histories that shape our divided urban landscapes.
  • Electric Arches

    Original meditations on race, gender, identity, and the joy and pain of growing up, from a distinctive new voice.
  • The American Way of War

    The creator of TomDispatch takes a scalpel to the American urge to dominate the globe.
  • A Nation Unmade by War

    From the election from hell to the future according to Donald Trump, A Nation Unmade by War surveys American exceptionalism in the age of absurdity.

  • Shadow Government

    A powerful survey of a militarized America building a surveillance structure unparalleled in history.
  • The United States of Fear

    The creator of TomDispatch dissects America's endless urge to go to war.
  • Rifqa

    Rifqa is Palestinian poet Mohammed El-Kurd’s ode to his late grandmother, and to the Palestinian struggle for liberation. ‘Jerusalem is ours.’

  • City of Women London Tube Wall Map (A2, 16.5 x 23.4 Inches)

    A feminist reclamation of London’s hidden history, through a reimagining of the city’s iconic Tube map.

  • The Mexican Revolution

    Why did the Mexican Revolution happen? What makes it distinctive? Was it even a revolution at all?
  • The Civil Wars in U.S. Labor

    Longtime trade union leader and journalist Steve Early examines labor's civil wars, offering strategies for turning back labor's thirty-year decline.
  • African Struggles Today

    This groundbreaking analysis examines the gains, contradictions, and frustrations of twenty-first century prodemocracy struggles across Southern Africa
  • The Adventures of The Communist Manifesto

    A new, definitive, translation of the Karl Marx and Frederick Engels' Communist Mannifesto by American socialist luminary, Hal Draper.

  • Berkeley

    Brimming with lessons still relevant for today's activists, Berkeley: The Student Revolt is a classic of on-the-ground historical reportage.

  • Socialism From Below

    In exploring the question: "What do we mean by socialism?,” Hal Draper argues genuine liberation can be won only through self-emancipation.

  • The Violent American Century

    The Violent “American Century” addresses the U.S.-led transformations in war conduct and strategizing that followed 1945.
  • My People Are Rising

    A compelling look at the rise and fall of the Black Panther generation, through the eyes of a founding member.
  • Watch My Smoke

    Eric Dickerson is the record-holder for most rushing yards in a season, and his prime was the best of any running back in NFL history. Yet an aura of negativity trailed him his entire career.
     

  • No Planet B

    Edited by Lucy Diavolo

    An essential collection of Teen Vogue contributions on climate justice that makes an urgent argument for intersectional activism.

  • Reading Revolution

    Shakespeare's work gives hope and inspiration to the political prisoners held on apartheid South Africa's infamous Robben Island.
  • The Brother You Choose

    Former Black Panthers Paul Coates and Eddie Conway discuss lives, politics, and their friendship that helped Eddie survive decades in prison.

  • 9.5 Theses on Art and Class

    Ben Davis draws the curtain back on the contemporary art world to assail its commodified roots.
  • Abolition. Feminism. Now.

    An urgent, vital contribution to the indivisible projects abolition and feminism, from leading scholar-activists Angela Y. Davis, Gina Dent, Erica Meiners, and Beth E. Richie.

  • Angela Davis

    Featuring a new introduction by the author, Angela Davis: An Autobiography is a classic account of a life in struggle.

  • Art in the After-Culture

    Essential essays on art in our current era from one of the most important art critics writing today.