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  • For Women's History Month: 50% off LYNCH LAW IN GEORGIA & OTHER WRITINGS by Ida B. Wells!

    Ida B. Wells was a teacher, journalist, and newspaper editor who led the most dynamic anti-lynching campaign in American History. Wells’s work exposes how the public murder and mutilation of Black bodies by mob justice stood side by side with a degrading culture based on racial stereotypes and strict gender roles that institutionalized fear in everyday life. In doing so, Wells challenged the intersection of white supremacy, patriarchy, and the meaning of “civilization” in the early 20th century.

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    Black Liberation and Palestine Solidarity is a collection of selected essays by Lenni Brenner and Matthew Quest that discusses the historical response of African American freedom movements to the colonial settler state of Israel and its role in American imperialism in the Middle East. Through nuanced discussions of racism, capitalism, imperialism, and state power, their work helps to clarify one of the most controversial legacies of the Black Power movement.

    Check out what scholars and activists are saying about Black Liberation and Palestine Solidarity...


    “An informative, incisive, and essential historical analysis of the African American freedom movement’s solidarity with Palestine.”
    Michael Letwin, co-founder of Labor for Palestine and Jews for Palestinian Right of Return.

    “Black Liberation and Palestine Solidarity is required reading for all our cadre and supporters. We encourage progressive and revolutionary forces in every corner of the world who genuinely seek truth, justice, and peace to buy and study this book.”
    Bob Brown, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party.

    “At every stage, the authors…unearth hitherto unknown information…which affirm[s]…that the moment revolutionary and progressive leadership [of] the ‘Black radical tradition’ embraces the capitalist state in any form…the struggle on behalf of Humanity is compromised.…This is a must read.”
    Bukka Rennie, author of The History of the Working-Class in Trinidad & Tobago in the 20th Century.

    “An important if not essential addition to the history of the African American liberation movement as seen through a penetrating and comprehending political lens.”
    Michael Rectenwald, New York University.

    Lenni Brenner is the author of Zionism in the Age of the Dictators, The Iron Wall: Zionist Revisionism from Jabotinsky to Shamir, The Lesser Evil, a history of the Democratic Party, and editor of 51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration with the Nazis.

    Matthew Quest was co-editor of the Palestine Solidarity Review from 2002 to 2005 and has taught American History, World History, Caribbean History and Africana Studies most recently at Georgia State University.

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