By James Tracy

Cooking Up a Revolution: Food Not Bombs, Homes Not Jails, and Resistance to Gentrification

Sean Parson


'Cooking up a revolution is an inspiring David and Goliath story that details the significance of remaining true to your values when standing up to overwhelming state violence. Parson’s well researched book should be read by anyone interested in seeking lasting social change. This book taught me a great deal and I was there.' Keith McHenry, Co-founder of Food Not Bombs 'Sean Parson mines the history of San Francisco Food Not Bombs to theorize a politics of the city. He kicks over the table of orthodox urbanism and proposes one rooted in solidarity, equity and mutual aid. Thoroughly researched and precisely argued, this book belongs on the same shelf as the works of David Harvey, Saskia Sassen and Neil Smith.'

Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

$16.95 $15.59

Just what did the founding fathers intend the Second Amendment to do? Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz's answer to that question will unsettle liberal gun control advocates and open-carry aficionados alike. She follows the bloodstains of today's mass shootings back to the slave patrols and Indian Wars. There are no easy answers here, just the tough reckoning with history needed to navigate ourselves away from a future filled with more tragedies.

Death Blossoms: Reflections from a Prisoner of Conscience, Expanded Edition

Mumia Abu-Jamal

$16.95 $15.59

For over three decades, the words of Mumia Abu-Jamal have been tools many young activists have used to connect the dots of empire, racism, and resistance. The welcome reissue of Death Blossoms is a chance to reconnect with Abu-Jamal's prophetic voice, one that needs to be heard now more than ever.