New book “Innocent Until Proven Muslim” demands we hold war criminals to account for decades of systemic Islamophobia.
I met Jarrod Shanahan before my own sentence at Rikers. His new book details how the jail “took New York City hostage.”
Our organizing must be grounded in — not bounded by — local conditions, argues Ruth Wilson Gilmore.
“An Enemy Such as This” tells the history of colonialism from the perspective of those who suffered war and occupation.
“Atmospheres of Violence” argues that the U.S. political system depends on violence against trans people.
When the left demobilizes the grassroots for elections, it cuts off popular forces that enable social transformation.
Left movements will succeed only if they overcome the barriers faced by past struggles, writes Colin Barker.
“The Brother You Choose” offers a wealth of insights into the Black Panthers’ organizing practices.
With the judiciary stacked with Trump appointees, understanding anti-abortion tactics is key to fighting back.
Trump’s dedication to anti-abortion views has made an opening for overturning “Roe v. Wade.”