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  • Black Lives Matter at School

    Black Lives Matter at School connects thousands of educators around the country who are fighting racial and economic inequality in schools. 

  • The Dialectics of Art

    In a sweeping survey of art from the dawn of the bourgeois era to the present day, John Molyneux explains what makes artistic production under capitalism unique, moving, and possibly revolutionary.

  • Palestine: A Socialist Introduction

    Edited by Sumaya Awad and Brian Bean

    This edited volume makes an impassioned and informed case for the central place of Palestine in socialist organizing and of socialism in the struggle to free Palestine.

  • People Wasn't Made to Burn

    The long-buried story of a Chicagoan's struggle for justice after four of his children perished in a tragic fire.

  • Revolutions

    Revolutions is a unique collection of rare photographs documenting some of the most important revolutionary upheavals, from the 1871 Paris Commune to the Zapatista rebellion of the 1990s.

  • The Torture Machine

    A lawyer for the people, Flint Taylor has spent nearly fifty years fighting for justice, from the courtrooms of Cook County to the US Supreme Court.

  • Digging Our Own Graves

    This fully updated edition of a classic work from one of the leading scholars of Appalachia documents a community 's struggle against the deadly black lung disease.

  • We Still Here

    In the midst of loss and death and suffering, our charge is to figure out what freedom really means—and how we take steps to get there.

  • Text Messages

    Text Messages is a survival guide for our anxious age from Iraqi-Canadian rapper and multi-media artist Yassin 'Narcy ' Alsalman.

  • Milagro

    Penelope Alegria's Milagro is a retracing of parental lineage, a recount of the stories that course through the veins of family. The...

  • Night Thoughts

    Writer and actor Wallace Shawn's probing, honest, and self-critical take on civilization and its discontents.

  • Can't Pay, Won't Pay

    A Powerful Guide to Action for People in Debt.

  • Black Power Afterlives

    A powerful and wide-ranging collection examining the persistent impact of the Black Panther Party on subsequent liberation struggles.

  • How We Go Home

    Edited by Sara Sinclair

    How We Go Home shares contemporary Indigenous stories in the long and ongoing fight to protect Native land and life.

  • Azadi

    From the best-selling author of My Seditious Heart and the Ministry of Utmost Happiness, a new and pressing dispatch from the heart of the crowd and the solitude of the writer's desk. 

  • Dying for an iPhone

    by Jenny Chan, Pun Ngai, et al.

    A harrowing look lives and struggles of a new generation of Chinese workers confronting the Apple-Foxconn empire and the Chinese state.

  • Capitalism, Technology, Labor

    Edited by Greg Albo, Leo Panitch, et al.

    This volume offers a radical critique of techno-utopianism, instead seeing innovation as a field of ongoing class struggle.

  • Stardust to Stardust: Reflections on Living and Dying

    One of the 21st century's most brilliant sociologists confronts his own mortality.

  • A People's Guide to Capitalism

    A lively, accessible, and timely guide to Capitalism for those who want to understand and dismantle the world of the 1%

  • A Brief History of Commercial Capitalism

    Spanning centuries and continents, this short work fundamentally reconfigures our view of the rise of capitalism on the world stage.

  • Long Shot

    Black-balled NBA champion explores the challenges and rewards of using a celebrity platform to stand up against racism and exploitation.

  • The Tragedy of American Science

    A compelling and timely account of the corruption, corporatization, and militarization of science in the United States.

  • The Brother You Choose

    Former Black Panthers Paul Coates and Eddie Conway discuss lives, politics, and their friendship that helped Eddie survive decades in prison.

  • Berkeley

    Brimming with lessons still relevant for today's activists, Berkeley: The Student Revolt is a classic of on-the-ground historical reportage.