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15 Palm Oil Products You Probably Have in Your Home
By: emily
May 25, 2021

 

Remembering Louis “Studs” Terkel
By: Derek
May 16, 2021

This weekend we are celebrating writer, orator, and icon Louis “Studs” Terkel's birthday.

Remembering the Nakba: Essential Reading
By: emily
May 15, 2021
The New Press Remembers Allon Schoener
By: Anonymous
April 26, 2021

ALLON SCHOENER
January 1, 1926–April 8, 2021

Author Events Replay: Independent Bookstore Day
By: Derek
April 23, 2021

Saturday, April 24th is Independent Bookstore Day, a day to celebrate and show some love to the indie bookstores who provide an invaluable service . . .

11 Books on Climate and Environmental Justice for Earth Day
11 Books on Climate and Environmental Justice for Earth Day
By: Anonymous
April 19, 2021

The original organizers of Earth Day, celebrated in the United States on April 22nd every year since 1970 and globally since the 1990s, were . . .

The Passing of a Philanthropic Visionary: Mourning Vartan Gregorian
By: danika
April 16, 2021

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Immigration Matters Book Trailer
By: Derek
April 16, 2021

Over the past decade, right-wing nativists have stoked popular hostility to the nation’s foreign-born population, forcing the immigrant rights . . .

Author Spotlight: A Conversation with the Editors of Immigration Matters
By: Derek
April 16, 2021

Over the past decade, right-wing nativists have stoked popular hostility to the nation’s foreign-born population, forcing the immigrant rights . . .

Happy Birthday Paul Robeson! A Timeline of Robeson's Life and Work
By: emily
April 9, 2021

Today we celebrate Paul Robeson’s 123rd birthday (1898-1976).

Book Workers in Solidarity with Amazon Workers
By: Derek
March 26, 2021

The New Press is joining publishing workers on Friday, March 26th for . . .

10 Books by Black Women to Read This Women's History Month
By: emily
March 22, 2021

Black women have been at the forefront of movements for justice and liberation for centuries—though their histories and voices have often been . . .

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