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March 25, Saturday, 1-2:30pm
Reading and discussion facilitated by Revolution Books volunteers. The hidden story of Black female mathematicians who worked in segregation at NASA in the 1940s. Recommended for ages 12 and up, all ages and genders welcome.
March 25, Saturday, 7pm
With readings by CCNY MFA graduate students and open-mic.
March 28, Tuesday, 7pm
A memoir of becoming a female scientist, and struggling with bipolar disorder. She writes beautifully about the process of scientific discovery. A New York Times "Editors' Choice."
March 30, Thursday, 7pm
Author of the influential
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Discussions, open mics, and performances at Revolution Books on the issues that matter.
Revolution Books is about the world … and for a radically different world. Below are just a few of the thousands of titles you will find at the new Revolution Books -- from every sphere of artistic, literary and scholarly pursuit, along with films of extraordinary Revolution Books events and engagements.
Phone Revolution Books to order books in the following lists:
See a list of important books on Immigration and Borders and a list of important books on the Destruction of the Environment
Buy a Gift Certificate to Revolution Books!
An evening with David S. Cohen, author of "Living in the Crosshairs: The Untold Stories of Anti-Abortion Terrorism."
Carl Dix spoking on Bob Avakian's "The Oppression of Black People & the Revolutionary Struggle to End All Oppression."
A special poetry reading for Black History Month by Kraal "Kayo" Charles with Brad Walrond.
World-renowned Kenyan novelist, post-colonial theorist, and prisoner of conscience Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o + Kenyan writers Peter Kimani and Mukoma wa Ngũgĩ. Hosted by Andy Zee.
VIDEOS from past programs at Rev Books.
Featured in this week's Revolution:
ART SALE On-going at Revolution Books: Artwork donated by artists and collectors to support Revolution Books: Posters, Prints, historic African Masks & Sculptures. You can also purchase these works online.
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