A Life Story of Rick Turner$20.00
Rick Turner was one of South Africa’s most original and powerful thinkers and is remembered today as a remarkable teacher and activist. For almost ten years, from 1968, when he returned...
Mass Incarceration, Political Prisoners, and Building a Movement for Community-Based Justice$5.00
David Gilbert recently wrote that the “War on Crime,” which began in the early 1970s, was in fact a conscious government counterinsurgency strategy to decimate and disrupt Black and other people of...
The Roles of Young People in Schools of Poverty$15.95
Schools have become plantations of social control. Radical teachers and organizers must help young people fashion an insurgency.
Latin@ Immigrant Voices in the Struggle for Racial Justice / Voces de Inmigrantes Latin@s en la Lucha por la Justicia Racial$17.95
Presente! offers a perspective on the immigrant-rights movement that is written by immigrant workers themselves. These are the first-person tales of grassroots organizations across the...
An Anthology of Writing from the VONA/Voices Writing Workshop$19.95
Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation (VONA) was founded by Elmaz Abinader, Junot Díaz, Victor Díaz and Diem Jones in 1999. Each envisioned an arts organization that could change the landscape for...
Ida B. Wells was a teacher, journalist, and newspaper editor who led the most dynamic anti-lynching campaign in American History. Wells’s work exposes how the public murder and mutilation of Black...
Surrealist Writings from Africa and the Diaspora$35.00
The first collection to document the extensive participation of people of African descent—including poets, painters, sculptors, theorists, critics, dancers, and playwrights—in the international...
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."
The Epic Story of Race and the American Media$22.95
Here is a new, sweeping narrative history of American news media that puts race at the center of the story. From the earliest colonial newspapers to the Internet age, America’s racial divisions...
Howard Zinn on Race is Zinn’s choice of the shorter writings and speeches that best reflect his views on America’s most taboo topic. As chairman of the history department at all black...