2020 Best Sellers!
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Your favorite books of 2020, our 30 best (online) sellers:
Activist, teacher, author and icon of the Black Power movement Angela Davis talks Ferguson, Palestine, and prison abolition.
A lively, accessible, and timely guide to Capitalism for those who want to understand and dismantle the world of the 1%
“This brilliant book is the best analysis we have of the #BlackLivesMatter moment of the long struggle for freedom in America. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor has emerged as the most sophisticated and courageous radical intellectual of her generation.” —Dr. Cornel West
"If Black women were free, it would mean that everyone else would have to be free." —Combahee River Collective Statement
Solito, Solita, (“Alone, Alone”), is a Voice of Witness collection of oral histories that tell the stories of youth refugees fleeing their home countries and traveling for hundreds of miles seeking safety and protection in the United States.
Reflections on race, class, violence, segregation, and the hidden histories that shape our divided urban landscapes from award-winning scholar and poet Eve L. Ewing.
A newly updated and expanded primer for 21st-century democratic socialists from acclaimed scholars Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin, with Stephen Maher.
A BreakBeat Poets anthology that opposes silence and re-mixes the soundtrack of the Latinx diaspora across diverse poetic traditions.
How We Go Home shares contemporary Indigenous stories in the long and ongoing fight to protect Native land and life.
Bestselling author Rebecca Solnit reminds us that activism has changed the world in remarkable ways.
Blood and Money tells the story of money as a history of violence and human bondage.
A powerful account of the epic clash between corporate greed and militant workers in the American Heartland.
In this series of electrifying essays, Arundhati Roy challenges us to reflect on the meaning of freedom in a world of growing authoritarianism.
An engaging collection of riveting stories about working people in United States history fighting back in the darkest times.
A Reader’s Guide to Capital is an essential tool for students, activists, and others looking to read Marx's classic text today.
Award-winning poet Kevin Coval and graphic artist Langston Allston bare witness to the effects of gentrification in a Chicago neighborhood.
This beginners guide to Capital illustrates the key concepts, humour, and immense vitality to be enjoyed in Marx's great work.
My Mother Was a Freedom Fighter is poet Aja Monet’s ode to mothers, daughters, and sisters—the tiny gods who fight to change the world.
A BreakBeat Poets anthology to celebrate and canonize the words of Black women across the diaspora.
How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America is a classic study of the intersection of racism and class in the United States.
Citizen Illegal is a book composed in the space between Mexico & America. It is a celebration of Chicano joy, a shout against erasure, and a vibrant re-imagining of Mexican American life.
A compelling look at the rise and fall of the Black Panther generation, through the eyes of a founding member.
Electric Arches is an imaginative exploration of Black girlhood and womanhood through poetry, visual art, and narrative prose.
A landmark literary anthology of poems, stories, and essays, Choice Words collects essential voices that renew our courage in the struggle to defend reproductive rights.
Build Yourself a Boat redefines the language of collective and individual trauma through lyric and memory.
This timely, urgent book from one of our most influential thinkers offers a bracing positive shock of its own, helping us understand just how we got here, and how we can, collectively, come together and heal.
This book comprises a collection of groundbreaking writings by Marta Russell on the nature of disability and oppression under capitalism.
The End of Imagination brings together five of Arundhati Roy's acclaimed books of essays into one comprehensive volume for the first time and features a new introduction by the author.
A perfect introduction to one of the most influential figures in the fields of post-colonial studies, critical theory, and Marxism.
Super Bowl Champion and three-time Pro Bowler Michael Bennett is an outspoken proponent for social justice and a man without a censor.
Krista Franklin draws on Pan African histories, Black Surrealism, Afrofuturism, pop culture, art history, and the historical and present-day micro-to-macro violence inflicted upon Black people and other people of color, working to forge imaginative spaces for radical possibilities and visions of liberation.