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  1. Red Wedge and Black Wedge Beat the Whites

    Red Wedge and Black Wedge Beat the Whites

    Josh MacPhee


    This zine developed after the white supremacist attacks on antiracist protestors in Charlottesville, including the murder of Heather Heyer. The re-purposing of El Lissitsky’s Red Wedge seemed...

  2. Your Black Friend

    Your Black Friend

    Ben Passmore


    Ben Passmore's necessary contribution to the dialogue around race in the United States, Your Black Friend is a letter from your black friend to you about race, racism, friendship...

  3. Angels with Dirty Faces

    Angels with Dirty Faces

    Three Stories of Crime, Prison, and Redemption

    Walidah Imarisha

    $16.00 $8.00

    "A brave, honest search for answers regarding incarceration." People can do unimaginable things to one another—and then what? What do we as a society do? What might redemption look like?

  4. Our Commitment Is To Our Communities

    Our Commitment Is To Our Communities

    Mass Incarceration, Political Prisoners, and Building a Movement for Community-Based Justice

    David Gilbert


    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...

  5. When Race Burns Class

    When Race Burns Class

    Settlers Revisted, A Critical Assessment of the U.S. White Working Class

    J. Sakai


    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."

  6. Truth and Revolution

    Truth and Revolution

    A History of the Sojourner Truth Organization, 1969–1986

    Michael Staudenmaier

    $19.95 $9.98

    In the 1970s and 1980s, as the movements of the sixties receded from view, the revolutionary left in the United States went through a series of profound political, demographic, and cultural...

  7. Strangers and Sisters

    Strangers and Sisters

    Women, Race and Immigration

    Selma James


    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...

  8. Essays from the Minister of Defense

    Essays from the Minister of Defense

    Huey P Newton


    Three essays, and a couple of statements, largely from 1967, around the theme of "In Defense Of Self Defense."

  9. Soledad Brothers

    Soledad Brothers

    Soledad Brothers Defense Committee


    A reprint of the pamphlet produced by the then still forming Soledad Brothers Defense Committee, explaining the background, history, and first court proceedings...

  10. John Brown

    John Brown

    May 9, 1800–Dec. 2, 1859

    Matt Meyer


    A reprint of this critical look at the righteous struggle of John Brown and his band, who took up arms against the US government to end slavery. Includes a tribute by Nebula and Hugo award winning...

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