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Off with Their Heads

An Antifascist Coloring Book for Adults of All Ages
Illustrated by N.O. Bonzo
A colouring book that brings back the whimsy and delight of the olden days, when more often than not it was the maiden who slayed the dragon, and the heads of tyrants were carried off at the end of a pike.

- we’ve just finished a kickstarter for it, here: with Their Heads

Liberating Sápmi: Indigenous Resistance in Europe’s Far North

edited by Gabriel Kuhn

The Sámi, who have inhabited Europe’s far north for thousands of years, are often referred to as the continent’s “forgotten people.” With Sápmi, their traditional homeland, divided between four nation-states—Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia—the Sámi have experienced the profound oppression and discrimination that characterize the fate of indigenous people worldwide: their lands have been confiscated, their beliefs and values attacked, their communities and families torn apart. Yet the Sámi have shown incredible resilience, defending their identity and their territories and retaining an important social and ecological voice—even if many, progressives and leftists included, refuse to listen. This book is a journey through Sápmi and includes in-depth interviews with Sámi activists and artists boldly standing up for the rights of their people.Liberating Sápmi: Indigenous Resistance in Europe’s Far North

The Sociology of Freedom: Manifesto of the Democratic Civilization, Volume III

by Abdullah Öcalan

The third volume in Abdullah Ocalan’s thesis on democratic civilisations.

Here, Öcalan presents his original thesis of the Democratic Civilization, based on his criticism of Capitalist Modernity.

Ambitious in scope and encyclopedic in execution, _The Sociology of Freedom _is a one-of-a-kind exploration that reveals the remarkable range of one of the Left’s most original thinkers with topics such as existence and freedom, nature and philosophy, anarchism and ecology. Öcalan goes back to the origins of human culture to present a penetrating reinterpretation of the basic problems facing the twenty-first century and an examination of their solutions. Öcalan convincingly argues that industrialism, capitalism, and the nation-state cannot be conquered within the narrow confines of a socialist context.

Recognizing the need for more than just a critique, Öcalan has advanced what is the most radical, far-reaching definition of democracy today and argues that a democratic civilization, as an alternative system, already exists but systemic power and knowledge structures, along with a perverse sectarianism, do not allow it to be seen.The Sociology of Freedom: Manifesto of the Democratic Civilization, Volume III