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The Horror of Sundown Towns in HBO's "Lovecraft Country"
By: publicity
August 20, 2020

The first episode of “Lovecraft Country,” a new sci-fi/horror series from Jordan Peele, Misha Green, and J.J.

Two Books Behind Nice White Parents
By: Derek
August 18, 2020

This summer the New York Times and Serial released . . .

Author Spotlight: A Conversation with Ellis Cose
By: Derek
August 17, 2020

In the newly published Democracy, If We Can Keep It: The ACLU’s 100-Year . . .

11 Books to Understand the 2020 Presidential Election
By: publicity
August 7, 2020

The 2020 presidential election is rapidly approaching, and it holds the potential for a monumental reckoning of American democracy.

Author Events Replay
By: Derek
July 16, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has turned our day to day lives upside down. The world of books has been no exception.

Read an excerpt from The Beginning or the End by Greg Mitchell
By: Derek
July 10, 2020

Award-winning author Greg Mitchell's new book, The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood . . .

Book Giveaway! The Beginning or the End by Greg Mitchell
By: Derek
July 6, 2020

This week we're celebrating the publication of Greg Mitchell's new book, The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood—and America—Learned to Stop . . .

Democracy, If We Can Fix It – A Reading List to Fight Racism in the Political System
By: publicity
June 29, 2020

With ongoing nationwide protests against police violence, race in the United States has been at the center of many conversations in recent weeks— . . .

"Wasp Network," North of Havana, and the Cuban Five
By: Derek
June 25, 2020

Last Friday Netflix released Wasp Network, a new espionage thriller by renowned . . .

"Mrs. America," Equal Means Equal, and the Fight for an ERA
By: publicity
June 24, 2020

The much-talked-about Hulu miniseries  . . .

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 . . .

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