domenica 9 febbraio 2020

ALLA SANTERIA DI MILANO

FEB12

Presentazione del libro "La paranza dei buonisti"

Pubblico

giovedì 6 febbraio 2020

L'ultimo numero di doppiozero


martedì 4 febbraio 2020

TUENE' e NINA'S DRAG QUEENS

FEB8

Varietà’ Tacco Dodici– Jameson loves Porta Venezia

Pubblico
 · Organizzato da Turnè e Nina's Drag Queens

lunedì 3 febbraio 2020

CITY LIGHTS BOOKS SU SUPREMATISMO BIANCO E FASCISMO IN USA

The disturbing plot of a white supremacist group to attack a gun rally in Richmond, VA earlier this month is just the most recent example of the rise of racially motivated extremism in the U.S. There are open displays of white supremacy far too often, whether in the form of intimidation, outright violence, or even police investigating the victims of racist attacks, instead of the perpetrators. What are the implications of confronting these groups? And what can we learn from the rich history of anti-racist activism in the U.S. to better equip ourselves for the challenges to come? 
New from City Lights Publishers, No Fascist USA!: The John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and Lessons for Today's Movements by Hilary Moore and James Tracy, presents a never-before-seen history of the foundational anti-racist organization, the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, who courageously confronted neo-Nazis on the streets and exposed Klan members who had taken public office across the country. The group's most active period was the Reagan era, a time (like the present) when white supremacists felt they had a friend in the White House.
Featuring original research, interviews with former members, and a trove of graphic materials, the Committee's story offers battle-tested lessons for those on the frontlines of social-justice work today.
With a foreword by Robin D.G. Kelley.
NO FASCIST USA! >> AVAILABLE AT 30% OFF AT CITYLIGHTS.COM
"Smash fascism! Read this book!"
Tom Morello, songwriter and guitarist with Rage Against the Machine
"Studying the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee will give readers an understanding of the complexity of deconstructing the weapon of white supremacy from the inside out. Thank you Hilary and James for the precision of this analysis, and the true north of this star."
adrienne maree brown, author of Pleasure Activism and Emergent Strategy
"Hilary Moore and James Tracy have written a magnificent book that not only corrects the record but helps explain the mercurial rise of white supremacist organizations in the 1970s, how the Klan was (temporarily) defeated, and why this period has been largely ignored. No Fascist USA! radically shifts our perspective, challenging the prevailing wisdom that racist terrorism rises in response to economic downturns, white downward mobility, or in a vacuum created by progressive alternatives. I love this book."
Robin D.G. Kelley, from the foreword
"No Fascist USA! is not only timely, but also essential in the present period of accelerated white supremacist activity and anti-racist organizing to combat it. In telling the story of the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, the authors, without romanticizing or condemning, draw important lessons from the fifteen-year history of the group."
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, author of Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment

ISBN 9780872867963 | $16.95 | Trade Paperback Original | City Lights Publishers
"The Cops & the Klan Go Hand in Hand!" A review of No Fascist USA! on CounterPunch.
No Fascist USA! author Hilary Moore is interviewed on WORT Radio in Madison, WI. Starts at 22:31.
No Fascist USA! Tour
Tuesday, March 24th - San Francisco, CA: City Lights Bookstore 
Wednesday, March 25th - Portland, OR: Powell’s City of Books
Thursday, March 26th - Seattle, WA: The Elliott Bay Book Company 
Sunday, March 29th - Chicago, IL: Marz Community Brewing Co.
Monday, March 30th - Louisville, KY: Carmichael’s Bookstore 
Tuesday, March 31st - Charleston, WV: Taylor Books 
Wednesday, April 1st - Washington, DC: Location TBD 
Thursday, April 2nd - Baltimore, MD: Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffehouse 
Friday, April 3rd - Philadelphia, PA: Wooden Shoe Books & Records 
Saturday, April 4th - New York, NY: The People’s Forum 
Sunday, April 5th - Providence, RI: The George Wiley Center 
Monday, April 6th - Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 
Tuesday, April 7th - Buffalo, NY: Burning Books
CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO REGISTER NOW FOR A WEBINAR WITH THE AUTHORS COURTESY OF STAND UP 4 RACIAL JUSTICE (SURJ)
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