Turning Money into Rebellion: The Unlikely Story of Denmark’s Revolutionary Bank Robbers Gabriel Kuhn
Blekingegade is a quiet Copenhagen street. It is also where, in May 1989, the police discovered an apartment that had served Denmark’s most notorious twentieth-century bank robbers as a hideaway for years. The Blekingegade… More
Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet Derrick Jensen et al.
“In America, four hundred people own the wealth of more than half of the American population. We should not be saying tax the rich, but instead we should be saying take their money and redistribute it, take … More
Crashing the Party Kris Hermes et al.
Over the past 15 years, people in the United States—and dissidents in particular—have witnessed a steady escalation of the National Security State, including invasive surveillance and infiltration, indiscriminate… More
Don’t Leave Your Friends Behind: Concrete Ways to Support Families in Social Justice Movements and Communities Victoria Law et al.
Don’t Leave Your Friends Behind is a collection of concrete tips, suggestions, and narratives on ways that non-parents can support parents, children, and caregivers in their communities, social movements, and… More
Accompanying: Pathways to Social Change Staughton Lynd
In Accompanying, Staughton Lynd distinguishes two strategies of social change. The first, characteristic of the 1960s Movement in the United States, is “organizing.” The second, articulated by Archbishop… More
Dead Kennedys routinely top both critic and fan polls as the greatest punk band of their generation. Their debut full-length, Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables, in particular, is regularly voted among the top albums… More
Venceremos: Víctor Jara and the New Chilean Song Movement Gabriel San Román et al.
When the socialist politician Salvador Allende dramatically won Chile’s presidential election in 1970, a powerful cultural movement accompanied him to power. Folk singers emerged at the forefront, proving that… More
Black Flags and Windmills, 2nd ed.: Hope, Anarchy, and the Common Ground Collective Scott Crow et al.
First edition named one of the “Top 5 Reads“ by The Progressive
When both levees and governments failed in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, the anarchist-inspired Common Ground Collective was created to fill… More