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Help publish Understanding Jim Crow: Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice by David Pilgrim

Help publish Understanding Jim Crow: Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice by David Pilgrim, founder and curator of the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia, and spark intelligent discussions about racism, teach tolerance, and promote social justice.

This book is an essential and accessible resource and teaching tool to understand the historical and current climate of race relations and systemic racism in America. The book is finished and ready to print. We just need your support to help get the book into as many hands as possible! The more pre-orders we get, the more copies we can make (and the less expensive it will be per copy to print). Please check out the rewards on the Kickstarter page below, donate generously, and share widely. Donations from U.S. citizens will be tax deductible. Thanks very much in advance for the support! Co-published with Between the Lines in Canada.

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Nicky Garratt's Mango & Mint: A Review in Cubesville

"Mango & Mint is a totally diverse range of recipes, which Nicky intersperses with ancedotes and reminiscences, sometimes drawing from his experiences with punk; featuring articles such as “Thanks for Giving me What I didn’t Want”, “eaters Without Borders” and “Jersey Krishna”...

Mango & Mint contains hundreds of recipes, which Nicky confesses he has made individually, and with a breath-taking attention to detail - a staple like hummus, for example, involves retaining nine chickpeas for garnish on the intersections of a 3x3 grind of paprika. Wow..."— Cubesville 18: Roots and Influences

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"(Marge Piercy's)...prose is lean, efficient, and full of muscle..." —Publishers Weekly

"(This pithy collection of essays (My Life, My Body) and poems condenses Piercy's sharp wit and ruthless clarity into a crystalline set of provocations brimming with earthy good sense, social awareness, and "the dignity of necessary work." Piercy (Made in Detroit) wields the no-nonsense approach of the working writer who has earned her place through many trials and can speak with an authority that peels away mental flab and pierces complacency. She demands art and literature that will "change consciousness a tiny bit at a time." Her prose is lean, efficient, and full of muscle, tearing through the tissue of illusion around gentrification, censorship, fame, and Marilyn Monroe, while the counterpoised poetry, unabashedly and urgently political, lobs cannonballs from the side of the disenfranchised and invisible..." —Publishers Weekly

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Peter Linebaugh's Stop, Thief!: A Review in Gods & Radicals Journal

"(Peter Linebaugh)... is an engaging writer, and the stories he tells need to be heard and retold. Stop, Thief! is divided into five sections. Section 1, The Commons, is the best primer I know of to exploring what Commons & Commoning is. Start with “Some Principles of the Commons,” which is a very short introduction, showing us that the commons “is best understood as a verb,” and then “Stop, Thief! A Primer on the Commons & Commoning” fills in one’s understanding that the commons “is not a thing but a relationship” as it applies to various modes of living & knowing..." —James Lindenschmidt, Gods & Radicals Journal

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