Snapshot Americana is a creative non-fiction that looks into the eyes of the disadvantaged, with writings from 2006-2008.
It's about witnessing the privileged roll up their sleeves to make sure the less fortunate eat. It's about watching people battle for their values while those who mock stand no more than five feet away. Most importantly, it's about leaving that zone of comfort and exploring unfamiliar areas and circumstances: situations involving gentrification, infestation, police harassment, ways of self-governing; conversations with those who have suffered, and are still suffering, due to the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina; laborers on strike; and a unique discussion concerning the possibilities of global destruction with a woman who has been living on the street, across from the White House, since the Reagan Years...among many other things.
A provocative challenge to the standard ideology that Western power is a benevolent force in the world.
Ann G Betz
Integration examines how we came to be polarized in our dealing with self and other, and what we can do to move from an either/or state to a more effective and fulfilling way of being.
Laurence & Alison Matthews
A punchy, upbeat guide to framespotting. Spot deceptions and hidden assumptions; swap growth for growing up; see and be free.
Life in the West Bank, the nature of pedagogy and the role of a university under occupation.
An activists’ history of the collective anti-fascist struggle in Britain
Melancology addresses Black Metal as a form of environmental writing and provides a provocative contribution to debates on ecology.
The People v. Tony Blair argues that even a hostile media can be neutralised when a mass movement becomes powerful enough.
Is life without the state really possible, and, if so, what would such a life look like?
Money is about relationship: between individuals and between communities. Small is still beautiful - as microcredit shows.