12 Books for Anti-Racist K-12 Education
By: publicity
June 11, 2020

American Chokehold: A Black Lives Matter Reading List
American Chokehold: A Black Lives Matter Reading List
By: Derek
June 3, 2020

Throughout its history The New Press has published hundreds of books that challenge racism and shine a spotlight on systemic injustice, books that . . .

Remembering Studs Terkel
By: Anonymous
May 16, 2020

Today, we are celebrating the 108th birthday of writer, orator, and icon Louis “Studs” Terkel (1912-2008).

Read an excerpt from Touch and Go by Studs Terkel
By: Anonymous
May 15, 2020

This week, we're celebrating Stud’s Terkel’s birthday with a series of posts honoring his legacy.

Food for Thought from Studs Terkel
By: Anonymous
May 14, 2020

Throughout the week, we’re celebrating the life and legacy of author Studs Terkel leading up to his birthday on Saturday.

2020 Graduates: The World Is Waiting for You
By: publicity
May 13, 2020

With graduation season kicking off around the country, graduating seniors may be grappling with unique challenges—fear and uncertainty in the face . . .

A Studs Terkel Reading List
By: Anonymous
May 12, 2020

In honor of legendary author and oral historian Studs Terkel's upcoming birthday, we’ve put together a list of some of his works to add to your # . . .

A Conversation with Noam Chomsky and Erik Loomis
By: Derek
May 7, 2020

On International Workers' Day, May 1st, 2020, renowned public intellectual and author of . . .

A #RadicalMay Reading List
By: Derek
May 1, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has underscored the inequities of capitalist society.

8 Books to Read for International Workers' Day
By: Derek
April 30, 2020

May 1 is International Workers' Day (also known as May Day), a day to honor laborers, labor movements, and the fight for workers’ rights.

5 more books by Romesh Gunesekera to read after Suncatcher
By: publicity
April 28, 2020
Earth Day Author Spotlight: A Conversation with Dahr Jamail
By: publicity
April 22, 2020

In celebration of the 50th Earth Day, we had a conversation with Dahr Jamail, author of . . .