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Party Music reveals the never-before-heard story of the Black Panthers’ R&B band and how Black Power transformed soul music.
Read about the latest news that didn’t make the news, what has happened to previously censored stories, the latest Junk Food News and News Abuse propaganda, and learn about some of the front line organizations that exemplify media democracy in action in Censored 2016.
When 13-year-old Ed Mead ends up in a prison for boys in his autobiography Lumpen, it’s the first step in a story of that will ultimately lead to the foundation of a Seattle-based urban guerrilla group called the George Jackson Brigade, Men Against Sexism organizing with queer prisoners and much more.
Permaculture for the Rest of Us
Jenni Blackmore’s Permaculture for the Rest of Us presents a highly entertaining, personal account of how permaculture can be practiced by those of us without ideal land access, allowing anyone to learn to live more sustainably in a less-than-perfect world.
Resistance to Ecocide
In the illustrated Resistance to Ecocide, an apolitical computer programmer, an aspiring musician who joins the Occupy movement, a lovestruck community gardener, a militant bunny and a guinea pig theorist—try to halt the plans of evil corporate overlords bent on destroying the Earth for profit.
Counting on Community
Counting up from one stuffed piñata to ten hefty hens–and always counting on each other–children are encouraged to recognize the value of their community, the joys inherent in healthy eco-friendly activities, and the agency they posses to make change in Counting on Community.
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