Catalog
  • If God Is a Virus

    Merging documentary poetry from the epicenter of an epidemic with the story of viruses in the evolution of humanity, If God Is A Virus gives voice to the infected and the virus.

  • Organizing for Power

    Labor in 21st Century Boston focuses on the working class and forms of labor organizing in the greater Boston area.

  • Securing Democracy

    Glenn Greenwald 's riveting follow up to his acclaimed international best-seller No Place to Hide.

  • Smoking Lovely

    Smoking Lovely is one of the foundational texts of anti-gentrification Nuyorican literature, inspiring a whole generation of poets in their attempts to survive and subvert the neoliberal city.

  • Under the Blacklight

    Critical insights from artists, activists, and scholars on the frontlines of the fight against racism and Covid-19.

  • Haunted by Slavery

    A stirring memoir by Gwendolyn Midlo Hall: historian of slavery, veteran political activist, and widow of Black Bolshevik author Harry Haywood.

  • Remake the World

    An incisive collection of essays from an author who is consistently ahead of the curve.

  • The Austrian Revolution

    The definitive work on Eastern Europe’s revolutionary period and the unique working-class experiment of Red Vienna

  • Hope Deferred

    Edited by Annie Holmes and Peter Orner

    This book presents the narratives of Zimbabweans whose lives have been affected by the country’s political, economic, and human rights crises. This book asks the question: How did a country with so much promise—a stellar education system, a growing middle class of professionals, a sophisticated economic infrastructure, a liberal constitution, and an independent judiciary—go so wrong?

  • Invisible Hands

    Edited by Corrine Goria
    The men and women in Invisible Hands reveal the human rights abuses occurring behind the scenes of the global economy.

  • Nowhere to Be Home

    Edited by Maggie Lemere and Zoe West

    Nowhere to Be Home is an eye-opening collection of oral histories exposing the realities of life under military rule. In their own words, men and women from Burma describe their lives in the country that Human Rights Watch has called “the textbook example of a police state.”

  • Out of Exile

    Edited by Craig Walzer

    In this book, refugees and abductees recount their escapes from the wars in Darfur and South Sudan, from political and religious persecution, and from abduction by militias. In their own words, they recount life before their displacement and the reasons for their flight.

  • Palestine Speaks

    Edited by Mateo Hoke and Cate Malek

    For more than six decades, Israel and Palestine have been the global focal point of intractable conflict, one that has led to one of the world’s most widely reported yet least understood human rights crises. In their own words, men and women from West Bank and Gaza describe how their lives have been shaped by the conflict. Here are stories that humanize the oft-ignored violations of human rights that occur daily in the occupied Palestinian territories.

  • Patriot Acts

    Edited by Alia Malek

    In their own words, the narrators of Patriot Acts recount their lives before the 9/11 attacks and their experiences of the backlash that have deeply altered their lives and communities.

  • #SayHerName

    An urgent call to change the story of police violence against women and girls.

  • Throwing Stones at the Moon

    For nearly five decades, Colombia has been embroiled in internal armed conflict among guerrilla groups, paramilitary militias, and the country’s own military. Civilians in Colombia face a range of abuses from all sides, including killings, disappearances and rape—and more than four million have been forced to flee their homes. The oral histories in Throwing Stones at the Moon describe the most widespread of Colombia’s human rights crises: forced displacement. Speakers recount life before displacement, the reasons for their flight, and their struggle to rebuild their lives.

  • The Voice of Witness Reader

    Voice of Witness Reader is an astonishing record of human rights issues in the twenty-first century; a testament to the resilience and courage of the most marginalized among us; and an opportunity to better understand the world we live in through human connection and a participatory vision of history.

  • Voices from the Storm

    Edited by Lola Vollen and Chris Ying

    In their own words, the narrators of Voices from the Storm recount their expeiences with Hurrican Katina and its impact on lives and communities of New Orleans.

  • Songlands

    In Songlands, the stand alone finale to the Splinterlands trilogy, a poet and an AI launch a secret mission to rebuild the international community.

  • Flying Kites

    A beautifully illustrated graphic novel about resilience, forgiveness, hope, and what it means to find your own voice behind prison walls

  • Blood in the Face

    A riveting, jaw-dropping view of America's white supremacy movement.

  • Change Everything

    One of the century 's most brilliant activist-scholars explains why the criminal justice system must be dismantled.

  • The Precipice

    A collection of extensive interviews with the world’s greatest public intellectual on four years of an American nightmare.

  • Revolutionary Rehearsals in the Neoliberal Age

    Edited by Colin Barker, Gareth Dale, et al.

    This indispensable volume surveys revolutionary upheavals across the world between 1989 and 2019, drawing lessons for theorizing revolution today.