“Ballad of an American” tells the tale of Paul Robeson’s role in the earliest civil rights movement to a new generation.
“The Folk Singers and the Bureau” is a vast treatise on the sad interplay between the red-baiters and the folkies.
Mark Schuller’s “Humanity’s Last Stand” offers concrete strategies for confronting global collapse.
Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin’s latest book gives us a concrete plan to deal with this truly existential threat.
“The Brother You Choose” offers a wealth of insights into the Black Panthers’ organizing practices.
If fossil fuel companies can’t sway governments to crush resistance, they go to the courts, the media or the clergy.
Gentrification isn’t inevitable.
A new book explains how federal policies intended to address racism wound up enabling predatory real estate practices.
Today’s grassroots community organizers and activists are continuing the work of the Rainbow Coalition.
The cheaper the wages of the workers in the Global South, the greater the gross profit margins of corporations.