Hurry — you have less than two weeks to become a member of Waging Nonviolence and receive a signed copy of associate editor Laura Gottesdiener’s first book A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home, published by Zuccotti Park Press.
As Tom Dispatch wrote today, “Gottesdiener’s new book, A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home, is a people’s history of the financial crisis that jolted this country and has never ended. It has been hailed by Naomi Klein as ‘riveting’ and Noam Chomsky as a ‘most valuable study… with historical depth and analytical insight.’”
Join Waging Nonviolence for $5/a month or more and help support independent reporting on social movements around the globe while also receiving a signed copy of Laura’s first book!
Waging Nonviolence is hiring a writer to interview leading movement figures and analysts and produce one Q&A-style article per week. The writer will work with our small editorial team to identify the interview subject each week. For the most part, we’ll be looking to hear from activists, organizers and scholars who can shed light on… More
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