Leigh Phillips challenges anti-development leftist strategies to address climate change, arguing in favor of planned growth.
Steven Salaita’s memoir-cum-expose discusses the firestorm in academia over criticisms of the Israeli government.
Susan Abulhawa’s latest novel reveals the ways Israel has oppressed generations of Palestinians since its founding in 1948.
Elizabeth Gottlieb’s “We Are One: Stories of Work, Life and Love” showcases the benefits wrought by contemporary unions.
The historical analysis contained in “Open Veins of Latin America” is voluminous, eye-opening and masterfully interconnected by Galeano.
In “Pro Bono?” Mikkel Thorup argues that capitalist philanthropy exacerbates class divisions and perpetuates inequality.
In “Between the World and Me,” author Ta-Nehisi Coates articulates the shared experiences of Black folk over the centuries.
“Between the World and Me” takes us deeper into life in schools and especially what the experience means to its captives.