Human Rights

We Have Tired of Violence
A True Story of Murder, Memory, and the Fight for Justice in Indonesia

Matt Easton

Still Doing Life
22 Lifers, 25 Years Later

Howard Zehr, Barb Toews

Empire of Rubber
Firestone’s Scramble for Land and Power in Liberia

Gregg Mitman

Prison by Any Other Name
The Harmful Consequences of Popular Reforms

Maya Schenwar, Victoria Law

Until We Reckon
Violence, Mass Incarceration, and a Road to Repair

Danielle Sered

Killing the Story
Journalists Risking Their Lives to Uncover the Truth in Mexico

Témoris Grecko

Blood on the River
A Chronicle of Mutiny and Freedom on the Wild Coast

Marjoleine Kars

What We Know
Solutions from Our Experiences in the Justice System

Vivian Nixon, Daryl V. Atkinson

Going Home
A Walk Through Fifty Years of Occupation

Raja Shehadeh

When We Were Arabs
A Jewish Family’s Forgotten History

Massoud Hayoun

Free All Along
The Robert Penn Warren Civil Rights Interviews

Stephen Drury Smith, Catherine Ellis

The Meaning of Life
The Case for Abolishing Life Sentences

Marc Mauer, Ashley Nellis

American Hate
Survivors Speak Out

Arjun Singh Sethi

Wrestling with the Devil
A Prison Memoir

Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o

Decarcerating America
From Mass Punishment to Public Health

Ernest Drucker

Where the Line Is Drawn
A Tale of Crossings, Friendships, and Fifty Years of Occupation in Israel-Palestine

Raja Shehadeh

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