No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference
The Water Dancer
They Called Us Enemy
The Coming Civil War and Repolarization for Revolution in the Present Era
Gender and Our Brains
The Old Drift
Ada Twist and the Perilous Pants
The Yellow House
Read Individualism, BEB and the Illusion of “Painless Progress”
Why We Need An Actual Revolution And How We Can Really Make Revolution, Parts 1 and 2, a major speech by Bob Avakian
If you have agonized about the horrors of this society, but did not know why we face all this and thought there was no way out… this filmed speech will reveal why those outrages go on and how they can be changed.
If you have thought that even if people could get together on it, revolution was not really possible up against the powerful repressive machinery we face… this filmed speech will challenge you.
If you have hungered for fundamental change, but did not know where to begin… this filmed speech will give you the map you need and the way to connect.
In this Film, Bob Avakian Analyzes the Deep Roots and Driving Forces of Trump/Pence Fascism and What Must Be Done to Stop It. Watch It Here, and Spread It.
A FILM OF A TALK BY
THE TRUMP/PENCE REGIME
Bob Avakian is the most radical revolutionary on the planet and the architect of a new communism.
Thise film was produced by Revolution Books (437 Malcolm X Blvd.), The Bob Avakian Institute and the Revolution Books Educational Fund,(a 501c3 registered in NYS. To obtain our financial reporting go to revbooksedfund.org)
View the film and the Q&As here.
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Herb Boyd on Revolution Books and the legacy of independent bookstores in Harlem
► Friday, January 24, 7-9pm
Dread Scott will tell and illustrate the story of this tremendous artwork, and discuss its significance with Andy Zee. On November 8 and 9, 2019, hundreds of re-enactors retraced the path of the largest rebellion of enslaved people in United States history, embodying a story of resistance, freedom and revolutionary action. This was the German Coast Uprising of 1811, which took place in the river parishes just outside of New Orleans.
Tickets for this January 24 event are available at Revolution Books and at eventbrite.com:
$75 includes wine & cheese reception at the bookstore with Dread Scott and Andy Zee, 5:30 pm
$15 general admission, 7:00 pm $10 students/limited income/sliding scale, 7:00 pm
► Thursday, January 23, 7pm
The story of the life of the chief porter of Grand Central Terminal’s Red Caps, the Harlem-based Black men at America’s most august railroad station. An account of the rich connection between Harlem and the railroads of the U.S… and the struggle against Jim Crow segregation.
► Thursday, January 30, 7pm
The story of Darwin, his life, times, and some of the brave scientists who supported and advocated for the scientific theory of evolution…and how the battle continues today.
► Saturday, February 1, 1-3pm
This is the Rope tells the multi-generational story of the Great Migration from the Jim Crow South to NYC. Ages 5+, all ages welcome.
The book is 10% off at the event. Revolution Books opens up the world -- and the imagining of a different world -- to readers of all ages.
Griot World includes story teller Michael J and musicians Monk, Sophia Loren Coffee and LeeOlive Tucker.
► Sunday, Feb 9, 3:30-5:30pm
An afternoon with Pamela Laskin, children's author and director of CCNY's Poetry Outreach Center. Professor Laskin will read from and discuss her two newest young reader books to share and explore writing about some of the big problems confronting humanity. Appropriate for families, writers and all concerned human beings. Student groups & classes of all ages welcome.
Monster María/Marisol y El Huracán María tells in English and Spanish the story of young Marisol as a terrible storm looms. Why No Goodbye: Thirteen year old Jubair is left behind to fend for himself when his family flees genocide in Myanmar.
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*Author events, films, cultural events, and public forums at Revolution Books are presented by the Revolution Books Educational Fund. The Fund is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, and a partner of Revolution Books. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Contact RB at 212-691-3345 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Andy Worthington, British journalist and co-founder of Close Guantanamo, spoke at Revolution Books NYC on January 16, 2020, together with Shelby Sullivan-Bennis, attorney for current and former Guantanamo prisoners.
Andy Zee's Talk at Revolution Books Holiday Party to Celebrate and Save Revolution Books
Author David Wallace-Wells speaking on his new book "The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming" at Revolution Books NY on July 24, 2019. David Wallace-Wells is deputy editor of New York magazine.
Jason Stanley, author of "How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them" speaking on the book and in conversation with Andy Zee.
"An American Odyssey: The Life and Work of Romare Bearden" with author Mary Schmidt Campbell and in conversation with Rev Books spokesperson Andy Zee.
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