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June 2024's 3 New Books:
The Warehouse: A Visual Primer on Mass Incarceration
A People’s Guide to Abolition and Disability Justice
Three Way Fight: Revolutionary Politics and Antifascism

The Warehouse: A Visual Primer on Mass Incarceration
Creators: James Kilgore and Vic Liu
Series: PM Press
ISBN: 9798887440422
Published: 06/04/2024
Format: Paperback
Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 208
Subjects: Penology, Activism & Social Justice, Criminology, Civil Rights

The most eye-popping statistics alone cannot relate the enormity of its psychological and societal impacts. This concise, illustrated primer is a collaboration between one of mass incarceration’s sharpest opponents, James Kilgore, and information artist Vic Liu. It brings to life the histories and means of daily survival of the marginalized people ensnared in this racist, ableist system of class-based oppression. The book elegantly weaves together the most insightful activist scholarship with vivid testimonials by incarcerated people as they fight back against oppression and imagine freedom.

James Kilgore is a researcher and activist based in Urbana, Illinois. He is the author of six books, including the National Book Foundation Award-winning A People’s Guide to Mass Incarceration. He drafted four of those volumes during his six and a half years in California prisons. He is a research fellow at MediaJustice, where he founded the Challenging E-Carceration project and is director of advocacy and outreach for FirstFollowers Reentry Program in Champaign, Illinois.

Vic Liu is an artist and author who uses design to communicate complex information with empathy. Most recently, Vic published the expanded version of her visually designed masturbation sex-ed book, Bang! Masturbation for All Genders and Abilities, with Microcosm Publishing.

A People’s Guide to Abolition and Disability Justice
SKU: 9798887440408
Author: Katie Tastrom
Series: PM Press
ISBN: 9798887440408 / 9798887440545
Published: 05/21/2024
Format: Paperback & Hardcover
Size: 5x8
Pages: 256
Subjects: Social Science / People with Disabilities, Activism & Social Justice, Sex Trade, Criminology, Penology

A People’s Guide to Abolition and Disability Justice explains the history and theories behind abolition and disability justice in a way that is easy to understand for those new to these concepts yet also gives insights that will be useful to seasoned activists. The book uses extensive research and professional and lived experience to illuminate the way the State uses disability and its power to disable to incarcerate multiply marginalized disabled people, especially those who are queer, trans, Black, or Indigenous.

Katie Tastrom is a disability justice activist and writer who has worked as a lawyer, social worker, and sex worker. Her work has appeared in the anthologies Burn It Down: Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution and Nourishing Resistance: Stories of Food, Protest, and Mutual Aid, as well as all over the internet including: Truthout, Rewire, and Rooted in Rights. She resides in Syracuse, NY.

Three Way Fight: Revolutionary Politics and Antifascism
SKU: 9798887440415
Editors: Xtn Alexander and Matthew N. Lyons • Foreword by Janeen Porter • Afterword by Michael Staudenmaier
Series: PM Press / Kerseplebedeb
ISBN: 9798887440415
Published: 05/28/2024
Format: Paperback
Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 416
Subjects: Activism & Social Justice; Anarchism, Communism, Post-Communism & Socialism, Fascism; World History

Three way fight politics confront these urgent questions squarely, arguing that the far right grows out of an oppressive capitalist order but is also in conflict with it in real ways, and that radicals need to combat both. The three way fight approach says we need sharper analysis of far-right movements so we can fight them more effectively, and we also need to track ongoing developments within the ruling class, including liberal or centrist efforts to co-opt antifascism as a tool of state repression and system legitimation.

This book offers an introduction to three way fight politics, with more than thirty essays, position statements, and interviews from the Three Way Fight website and elsewhere, spanning from the antifascist struggles of the 1980s and 1990s to the political upheavals of the twenty-first century. Over fifteen authors explore a range of topics, such as fascist politics’ relationship with patriarchy and settler colonialism, Tom Metzger’s “Third Position” (anticapitalist) fascism, conflict within the business community over the 2016 presidential election, and the Trump administration’s shifting relationship with the organized far right. Many of the writings address issues of political strategy, such as tensions between radicals and liberals within the reproductive rights movement and the George Floyd rebellion, video gaming as an arena of political struggle, and the importance (and challenges) of approaching antifascist organizing in ways that are militant, community based, and nonsectarian.

Since first becoming a part of the revolutionary and anarchist youth movements of the late 1980s, Xtn Alexander has spent the better part of his time on earth participating in anticop, antiracist, anti-imperialist, and antifascist organizing and action. He works in emergency and trauma medicine and is an avid supporter of music, art, and radical (sub)cultures and has been involved with Three Way Fight since its founding in 2004.

Matthew N. Lyons is the author of Insurgent Supremacists: The U.S. Far Right's Challenge to State and Empire and coauthor with Chip Berlet of Right-Wing Populism in America. He has been a contributor to Three Way Fight since 2005, and his writings have also appeared in several other leftist and mainstream publications. Matthew is co-trustee of the Lorraine Hansberry Literary Trust, which stewards the literary legacy of the late playwright and activist Lorraine Hansberry.

Janeen Porter recently retired from a rewarding job in corrections education. She spends her time fighting the cumulative impact of numerous previous vices, desperately wanting to be on the front line against the ongoing murders by cops, being outraged at environmental homicides throughout the world, fighting the screwed-up health care system, and trying to figure out where her generation went wrong and righting it.

Michael Staudenmaier is an assistant professor of history at Manchester University. He writes and teaches about Chicago’s Puerto Rican community, Latina/o/x social movements in the second half of the twentieth century, and the roles of race, racism, and antiracism in US history.

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