Apr 7 2011
| By Matthew Behrens |
Michael Riordan's Our Way to Fight, is a compelling compendium of first-hand accounts from both sides of the Israel/Palestine divide that chronicles modest yet meaningful reconciliation efforts.
Mar 31 2011
| By Trevor Norris and Gavin Fridell |
In his new book, Dr. Trevor Norris explores the impact of consumerism on politics and education and charts the increasing presence of commercialism in schools.
Mar 24 2011
| By Janet Newbury |
Romeo Dallaire's book sheds light on the plight of the child soldier and why we need to speak out for Omar Khadr.
Mar 18 2011
| By Joan Baxter |
Treasure Islands is a jaw-dropper of an expose of how the moneyed elites use offshore to hide and grow their wealth and of how this affects the rest of humanity.
Mar 11 2011
| By Jessica Rose |
Each of the contributors in Feminism FOR REAL share their own -- often unsettling -- truths, revealing the ways in which they have felt alienated and oppressed within mainstream feminism and academia.
Mar 3 2011
| By Charles Demers |
Lily Tomlin, Stephen Colbert , Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, The Smothers Brothers are just a few of the portraits in Satiristas -- a book about wise-cracking (and political) comics.
Feb 25 2011
| By Al Engler |
In The Enigma of Capital, David Harvey makes the case that the capitalist drive to accumulate wealth and maximize profits leads to recurring financial crises.
Feb 17 2011
| By Stefan Christoff |
Collecting voices from social movements internationally Learning from the Ground Up works to challenge traditional understandings of knowledge production.
Feb 14 2011
| By May Lui |
Contributors to Other Tongues explore and celebrate what racial identity means to them.
Feb 3 2011
| By Patrick Mackenzie |
In Murder City journalist Charles Bowden states in an unnerving prose that the Dark Age is now here.