Four Speeches$12.95 $9.95
Malcolm X gave black Americans not only their consciousness, but their history, their dignity, and a new pride. No single individual can claim a more important responsibility for a sociological and...
Settlers Revisted, A Critical Assessment of the U.S. White Working Class$4.00
An interview with author J. Sakai about his groundbreaking work Settlers: Mythology of the White Proletariat, accompanied by Kuwasi Balagoon's essay "The Continuing Appeal of Imperialism."
Race and Major League Baseball's Other Histories$3.00
Beneath the surface of nostalgia of Major League Baseball, the most powerful baseball organization in the world, lurks a different history. It is one of upholding Jim Crow racial segregation for...
Thirty full-page illustrations chronicle key events of one of the twentieth century's most important social movements. Informative captions accompany the dramatic scenes, from Lincoln's signing of...
Black American GIs in Bristol and Gloucestershire During World War II$4.50
America's entry into World War II immediately served to highlight the issue of race relations and the contradictions between America's declared position as a defender of "freedom" and "democracy,"...
From the January Rebellions to Lovelle Mixon and Beyond$4.00
In the early hours of New Years Day 2009, Oscar Grant, lying face down on a Bart platform in Oakland, was shot and killed by a Bart cop. In the days and weeks following, there was a huge public...
Women, Race and Immigration$9.99
This women's conference on race and immigration was hailed by the Black press in Britain as "a joyful and optimistic event" and an "overwhelming outpouring of information and viewpoints" which...
Attica Memorial Book 1974$5.00
A reprint of the large (70 pages) document produced by the Brothers and Sisters of the Attica Brothers Legal Defense. As such, it details not so much the actual events of the legendary prison...
Class Politics and Mass Culture in Nineteenth-Century America$23.00 $5.00
Is racism a blot on the American democratic tradition? Or, as Alexander Saxton argues, has racial discrimination always been integral to it? In the nineteenth century the United States was...
A fascinating essay, in which the (imprisoned himself) author introduces us to the Maroons, the Dismal Swamp, the Seminole, and the Underground Railroad. Includes a handy list for further reading.