Wednesday, September 30, 2020

How Trump Stole 2020: The Hunt for America’s Vanished Voters (Book)

"If I had to choose the organization that has done the most to threaten the votes of the non-white voter, it wouldn’t...

Noam Chomsky’s new book ‘Global Discontents’ is a must-read

Chomsky gives you a completely different perspective of international conflicts and domestic politics in his new book.

Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police Forces (Book)

"This book explains what policies led to the militarization of America's police…it provokes genuine outrage at the misuse of state power in...

Who Rules the World? (Book)

A New York Times Bestseller "After I finished reading this book, I felt about the same as Neo did in the...

Posters for Peace & Justice – (2019 Calendar)

Stay inspired and vigilant with a year of protest art.

2020 Peace Calendar

It’s easy to feel powerless in America today. We get it. There’s an overwhelming amount of negativity and bad news that gets...

The Instinct for Cooperation: A Graphic Novel Conversation with Noam Chomsky (Paperback)

An astonishing graphic novel that brings Chomsky's political analysis to bear on real people's stories on the frontlines of America's struggle for economic justice and human dignity.

Our Unity Must Be Forged in the Fires of Solidarity – (2018 Peace Calendar)

This year's Peace Calendar is full of frameable artwork and inspiring stories that remind us of what can be accomplished when we join together in solidarity.

The Speech: On Corporate Greed and the Decline of Our Middle Class (BOOK)

Sanders’ speech – published here in its entirety with a new introduction by the senator – is a call for action and a passionate statement informing us that the only people who will save the middle class of this country is the middle class itself.

Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History (Paperback)

“The single most important explanation, and the fullest explanation, of how Donald Trump became president of the United States . . . nothing less than the most important book that I have read this year.”