A new graphic novel tells a multidimensional love story that is personal as well as political.
Historian Gerald Horne discusses his new book “Jazz and Justice: Racism and the Political Economy of the Music.”
We must fight the U.S.’s economically brutal manipulation of the global market, says author T.J. Coles.
Global free trade hurts working people, but global unions can empower them.
Grassroots feminist activism in the 1970s resisted the inclusion of imprisonment and policing in their struggles.
“All Our Trials” offers a history of feminists who challenged the idea that the state could end gender violence.
Flint Taylor’s “The Torture Machine” is a personal history of the legal battle to expose Chicago’s human rights abuses.
Under Commander Jon Burge, Black men endured torture and violence at the hands of Chicago police.
Cartoonist Nick Thorkelson discusses the life, career and theories of Herbert Marcuse.