Full title: Our commitment is to our communities: mass incarceration, political prisoners, and building a movement for community-based justice. In this pamphlet, interviewed by Bob Feldman, David uses this observation as his starting point to discuss the ongoing catastrophe that is mass incarceration, connecting it to the continued imprisonment of political prisoners and the challenges that face our moments today.
Author: Gross, Daniel. Other Author(s): Lynd, Staughton.
Legendary legal scholar Staughton Lynd teams up with influential labor organizer Daniel Gross in this exposition on solidarity unionism, the do-it-yourself workplace organizing system that is rapidly gaining prominence around the county and around the world. - From back of book
Table of Contents: A Booklet Series on Practicing Solidarity Unionism? About the Authors I. Introduction II. In the beginning III. Starbucks Workers Union (SWU) IV. Update.
"A how-to guide on setting up a squat, from the perspective of living in New York City and in response to the housing situation there. The contents include how to form a group; finding a building, getting in; emergency repairs; heat, light and fire safety; makeshift toilets; legal hassles; and a list of helpful organizations. Includes many illustrations and photographs, as well as political illustrations by Seth Tobocman." - From publisher
Full title: a spectrum of transgender identity or misguided feminism? Folded as small booklet, folds out to be 1 page. "A short musing on how clothing ties into identity and how one person worked through the complicated nature of their identity." -From publisher
Author: Harper, Faith G. Other Author(s): Scott, Bonnie.
Full title: Woke parenting #1 - doing our best to raise intersectional feminist, empathetic, engaged, and generally non-shitty kids Got kids in your life? This zine is full of helpful wisdom about raising them to be socially aware, respectful of others, willing to speak up and stand up for what's right, and comfortable in their own skin. Not sure how to talk to your kid about boundaries and consent? What about staying safe around potentially hostile authority figures? What if your kid is obsessed with gendered stuff in a way that makes you uncomfortable? What do you say when your kid loudly comments about someone's race or gender or body on the bus? How do you teach your kid about the world's injustices and still let them know they're safe and loved? Bonnie and Faith are parents and therapists and have been around all these blocks more than a few times. Read this and start your own conversations to build a better world for the next generation.