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Audio Book on CD: The Secret History of the American Empire
$40.00 $35.00 On Sale!
Unabridged 9 CDs approx. 11 hours Read by Jonathan Davis. The inside story of the corruption, cronyism and corporate manipulation behind the American Empire today.
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Book: The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
$18.00 $16.00 On Sale!
by Naomi Klein 2007 N.Y. Times Bestseller & bestseller in six countries. Paperback Now in 20 languages! Seventeen publications consider this the Best Book of the Year. (Updated paperback edition, June 2008)
Naomi Klein is the award-winning author of the acclaimed international bestseller "No Logo" (2000) and the essay collection "Fences & Widows." An internationally syndicated columnist, she co-created with Avi Lewis, the documentary film "The Take"
"This is a book that will anger you, yes, but in the best, most passionate way by arousing the kind of anger that might provoke you into action. This is one book that could actually make a difference in society." - Powell's Books, Portland, OR (Staff Pick)
"Superbly constructed and written... It deserves to be widely read." - S.F. Chronicle
"Brilliant, brave and terrifying." - Arundahti Roy, author "The God of Small Things"
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DVD: Soldiers Speak Out
THIS DVD NEEDS TO BE SEEN BY EVERY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT IN THE COUNTRY. It's short enough (28 minutes) to show in a class. It effectively counters the disinformation recruiters routinely tell young people about enlisting.
"A powerful, first-hand testament to the reality of the military experience, told entirely in the words of American veterans who have been to war and now oppose it."
Soldiers Speak Out sheds light on the growing and courageous anti-war and anti-occupation movement within the military and military families.
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DVD: Salt of the Earth
Directed by Herbert Biberman 94 minutes 1953 Black & White
This is, by far, our own Kate Donnelly andf Clay Colt's personal favorite movie. Made in 1953, it portrays the struggle for equality of Mexican-American miners and their wives. The men fight for equality with Anglo workers, the women for equality with the men. Based on an actual strike in a zinc mine in Silver city, New Mexico, this film was made against all odds, by blacklisted filmmakers. Real miners and their families portrayed many of the cast. Sure its style is 1950's hokey, but the main character, Esperanza's speech, about rising up together hasn't been rivaled. There is also a documentary ("A Crime To Fit The Punishment") and book about the making of the film ("Salt of the Earth: The Story of a Film/The Fascinating Saga of America's Only Blacklisted Film" by its Director, Herbert Biberman, written in 1965, 11 years after he made the film) The book is available from us in our Books section. The only film we offer in two editions: this generic version, and the deluxe version with many extras (see Special Edition in next listing)
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CD: The People's Music
$17.00 $12.00 On Sale!
by political rap/hip-hop artist Tha Truth 2008 19 tracks
"Tha Truth" is a conscious, political hip hop artist, poet and raptivist known around the Philadelphia area for battling imperialism, inequality, corruption and discrimination. He has performed in countless venues at concerts, colleges, demonstrations, conferences and benefits. This album was heavily influenced by Howard Zinn's classic best-selling book "A People's History of the United States (from 1492 to Present)" On this CD, Tha Truth sums up the suppressed real history of the U.S., alerting listeners to the most critical issues. Every track can be played in the classroom; there's no obscene, sexist, racist or homophobic language. The material is articulate, informed eloquent and inspiring.
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Through his complex, impressive rhyme patterns he describes how these issues go back through time, and offers specific ways to fix them. He takes on bigotry, poverty, pollution, corporate privatization of resources, workers' rights, U.S. health care, corporate media, military recruitment, the poverty draft, the death penalty, immigrant rights, the prison-industrial complex, U.S. foreign policy/empire, New Orleans recovery efforts, homophobia and so much more.
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Book: Hoodwinked - An Economic Hit Man Reveals Why the World Financial Markets Imploded and What We Need Need To Do To Remake Them
$23.00 $19.00 On Sale!
Hardcover 2009 by John Perkins (author: Confessions of an Economic Hitman)
John Perkins has seen the signs of today's economic meltdown before. The subprime mortgage fiascos, the banking industry collapse, the rising tide of unemployment, the shuttering of small businesses across the landscape are all too familiar symptoms of a far greater disease. In his former life as an economic hit man, he was on the front lines both as an observer and a perpetrator of events, once confined only to the third world, that have now sent the United Statesand in fact the entire planetspiraling toward disaster.
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License Plate Frame: Work For Peace And Social Justice
$4.00 $3.00 On Sale!
From our friends at the Committee Opposed to Militarism and the Draft (COMD) in San Diego comes this license plate frame with white lettering screenprinted on 100% Recycled durable black plastic. Union made in the U.S.
Magnet: You Are The Spark That Started Our Freedom Movement, Thank You Sister Rosa Parks
"You Are The Spark That Started Our Freedom Movement. Thank You Sister Rosa Parks." Text is from the song "Thank You Sister Rosa" by the Neville Brothers (1988) Donnelly/Colt, 1990 1.75" x 2.75", button with full magnetic backing, instread of safety pin backing. Photograph of Rosa Parks taken in 1956.
Rosa Parks was the inspiration for the Montgomery Bus Boycott when she refused to move tio the back of a city bus on December 1, 1955. The boycott lasted more than a year, ultimately changing the discriminatory law that required black bus riders to move to the back of the bus if a white rider wanted their seat. The Neville Brothers made a music video of their song in 2004 you can watch it on YouTube
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In his announcement of the end of the boycott, Martin Luther King said: "The moral arc of the universe is long but it bends towards justice." This quote from M.L.K. s also available as a bumpersticker (search S-MAU)
Postcard: "A Nation That Continues..." (M.L.K. Quote)
$0.95 $0.75 On Sale!
4" x 6" Postcard union printed 2013
Small Labels: Peace Sign Wreath/set of 100
$12.00 $8.95 On Sale!
1.5" Round Paper Labels 5 sheets of twenty labels per sheet (100 total)
Use on holiday cards and envelopes, as well as year-round. Hand them out at events, put on gift boxes, bags, postcards.
CD: Music For A Better World - Tha Truth
$17.00 $10.00 On Sale!
by political artist Tha Truth 2013 22 tracks.
The latest of four music CDs we carry by political activist and singer/songwriter Tha Truth. We don't carry music , but his work stands out as so unique, so positive, and it's so hard-to-find elsewhere. You won't find it on YouTube. Incisive, insightful, poetic and unlike so much else in music. It's music distilled from the reality of life in these United States at this time in history. Tha Truth gets to the best in us, in the worst of times. The album title is what it's all about: Music for a better world. This artist deserves the recognition he doesn't get, because in the business of the music industry, challenging the way the world works is rarely well-received or even heard by very many. You can be one more catalyst for change by playing this music. Link to it on your blog, Facebook page or website; get it played on your local college, community or commercial radio station. Send the CD to a D.J. you know and like. Spread the word. It's music to make this world a better place.
His best yet.
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Bumpersticker: If you want Peace work for Justice
$3.00 $2.00 On Sale!
2.75" x 15"
Small Labels: Peace Sign Wreath / set of ten
$2.00 $1.50 On Sale!
SL-PSW-10 1.5" Round ten per sheet.
Not just for holiday cards. Use these small labels any time of year on envelopes, cards, and stick them anywhere. Also available in a pack of 100. See item code: SL-PSW-100
Also available as a button, item code: PSW.
$20.00 $18.00 On Sale!
2014 an American Experience production * 118 minutes
"Authoritative and convincing...1964
shows us there we are still feeling the impact of those events 50 years later." - San Fransico Chronicle
"You don't have to have lived through the time to appreciate 1964 and its
thoughtful look at ideas that echo to this day." - Sacramento Bee
It was the year of the Beatles and the Civil Rights Act; of the Gulf of Tonkin incident and Barry Goldwater's Republican campaign for the presidency; the year of "Freedom Summer" and of the murder of three civil rights workers in Mississippi; the year that Americans learned smoking was bad for their health and Cassius Clay became Mohammed Ali; the year that cities across the country erupted in violence and Americans tried to make sense of the assassination of their president. It was the year that the Warren Commission released its Report o the Assassination of President Kennedy ten months after that national tragedy. It was that Fall on the University of California's Berkeley campus when the student-created Free Speech Movement was born in a defiant occupation of a campus building by hundreds of students from various political views. Based on "The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964", by award-winning journalist Jon Margolis, this film follows some of the most prominent figures of the time Lyndon Johnson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Barry Goldwater, Betty Freidan - and bring out from the shadows the actions of ordinary Americans whose frustrations, ambitions, and anxieties began to turn the country onto a different course. It was a year of civil unrest, extremes and national polarization - and of the beginning of the changes that would shape the nation for the next half-century. This is an eloquently produced retrospective of that decisive, tumultuous year.
Subtitles: English SDH (Subtitles for Deaf and Hearing Impaired).
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