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  1. Beyond Guilt Trips

    Beyond Guilt Trips

    Mindful Travel in an Unequal World

    Anu Taranath

    $17.00

    While travel abroad can provide much-needed perspective, it can also be deeply unsettling, confusing, and discomforting. Anu Taranath takes us on a journey through engaging personal travel stories...

  2. The War on Neighborhoods

    The War on Neighborhoods

    Policing, Prison, and Punishment in a Divided City

    Ryan Lugalia-Hollon

    $18.00

    The War on Neighborhoods makes the case for a revolutionary reformation of our public-safety model that focuses on shoring up neighborhood institutions and addressing the...

  3. What a City is For

    What a City is For

    Remaking the Politics of Displacement

    Matt Hern

    $18.95

    Displacement and dispossessions are convulsing cities across the globe, becoming the dominant urban narratives of our time. Matt Hern uses case studies in Portland, New Orleans, and Vancouver to...

  4. We Won't Move

    We Won't Move

    Tenants Organize in New York City

    Interference Archive

    $15.00

    Full of photographs, flyers, posters, and images of ephemera produced by housing struggles from the 1940s to the present. An exploration of tenants taking collective...

  5. Dispatches Against Displacement

    Dispatches Against Displacement

    Field Notes from San Francisco’s Housing Wars

    James Tracy

    $15.95

    The true story of how gentrification, fueled by income inequality, decimated working people in San Francisco.

  6. Educating for Insurgency

    Educating for Insurgency

    The Roles of Young People in Schools of Poverty

    Jay Gillen

    $15.95

    Schools have become plantations of social control. Radical teachers and organizers must help young people fashion an insurgency.

  7. Agents & Assets

    Agents & Assets

    Witnessing the War on Drugs and on Communities

    Los Angeles Poverty Department

    $12.95

    Agents & Assets reenacts a 1998 hearing transcript from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence investigating alleged CIA involvement in crack cocaine trafficking into the LA...

  8. Take Back the Land

    Take Back the Land

    Land, Gentrification and the Umoja Village Shantytown

    Max Rameau

    $14.95

    In October 2006, a group of housing activists called Take Back the Land seized control of a plot of public land in Miami, Florida and built an encampment that would become known as the Umoja...

  9. Hungry for Peace

    Hungry for Peace

    How You Can Help End Poverty and War with Food Not Bombs

    Keith McHenry

    $18.95

    Food Not Bombs has proven to be an effective project for social change. Hungry For Peace passionately makes the case that we should take action to end hunger, poverty and war providing...

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