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Chinese Women Organizing; Cadres, Feminists, Muslims, Queers
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Chinese Women Organizing; Cadres, Feminists, Muslims, Queers

By Ping-Chun Hsiung, Maria Jaschok and Cecilia Milwertz with Red Chan

Oxford: Berg, 2001. 332p., has a few snapshot portraits, hardbound in 8.5x5.5 inch laminated boards. Totally clean, sound and unmarked, a fine copy. Cross-cultural perspectives on women.

$15.00

Poems from Street Spirit --- Justice News and Homeless Blues ---
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Poems from Street Spirit --- Justice News and Homeless Blues ---

By Baker, Claire J. and Mary Rudge, poets; Natica Angilly, cover art

Berkeley: ARC Press for the author/activists, 2005. Paperback. Unpaginated preliminaries, 115p., illustrated with two small sketches and three color cover photos; softbound in 8x5 inch glossy wraps, a perfectly clean, sound, unmarked copy.

$15.00

Positive Nation: #36, November 1998
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Positive Nation: #36, November 1998

By McKerrow, Graham, editor

London: Empower Publishing (HIV)Ltd, 1998. Magazine. 68p. includes covers, 8.25x11.5 inches, articles, reports, events, opinion, interviews, services and resources, ads, illustrations, very good glossy HIV Positive magazine in stapled red glossy pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Good: for the people; issue 005, Jul/Aug 2007; The Volunteers
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Good: for the people; issue 005, Jul/Aug 2007; The Volunteers

By Frechette, Zach, editor, Sasha Issenberg, Paul Rieckhoff, Katherine Hubbard, Corey Binns, Craig Damrauer et al.

Los Angeles: Good, 2007. Magazine. 112p., 8.25x10.75 inches, articles, news, reviews, opinion, events, ads, services and resources, photos and illustrations, fold-out Road to the Presidency boards game, very good LGBTQ/Political/Activist magazine in pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Why You Should Give a Damn About Gay Marriage
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Why You Should Give a Damn About Gay Marriage

By Kotulski, Davina, Ph.D.

Los Angeles: Advocate Books/Alyson Books, 2004. Paperback. 202p., introduction, tables, resources, very good first edition trade paperback original in red wraps.

$12.00

The Girl Who Didn\'t Know How To Be; picture book written and illustrated by Lex Kartane\'
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The Girl Who Didn't Know How To Be; picture book written and illustrated by Lex Kartane'

By Kartane' , Lex [cancel name] Milda Bandzaite' [printed ascription]

Milton Keynes UK: Lightning Source UK Ltd / author, 2015. Paperback. Unpaginated, about 65p., drawings in colors with simple facing texts also color-added. A glossy softbound in 9x6 inch color wraps. NIce clean copy. Contents: an autistic-or-maybe-not girl tries to explain her self and her misery. Suicide is considered, many story-endings advanced, the reader is assigned the task of ending the book ("Do Something"). The printed authorial name is cancelled with correction tape in most of the several spots it occurs (but not on the back cover), and overwritten in holograph "Lex" and "Lex Kartane." In a long list of acknowledgements Lex mentions her sisters (plural) and further on the main dedication is to "my sister Laima" (none of the last names quite match). The lonely author also thanks, besides these forty or so special people, that she has a lot of twitter & facebook friends and spent some time in Germany.

$15.00

Greed 2004, The NeoConning of America
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Greed 2004, The NeoConning of America

By Pillsbury-Foster, Melinda

Santa Barbara: Ship Stone Press, 2004. Paperback. 314p., softbound in glossy 9x6 inch plain printed dark blue wraps. A fine unmolested copy, absolutely sound, clean and unmarked. Mix of sophistication and naivite' --ordinary citizens fight big polluters and breakers-up of families.

$15.00

Kenya Women Heroes and Their Mystical Power. Vol. 1
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Kenya Women Heroes and Their Mystical Power. Vol. 1

By Njau, Rebeka [and] Gideon Mulaki

Nairobi: Risk Publications, 1984. Paperback. ix, 151p., scattered illustrations (drawn and photographic), softbound in 8x5.5 inch decorated wraps. Worn and handled; cover is crimped and creased, slight handling soil within, and although still sound, the so-called "perfect binding" will lose endsheets and a leaf or two with passage of time; but so far so good, a goodish ("good-only") copy.

$20.00

Drawing the Line. Indian Women Fight Back! North American Edition
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Drawing the Line. Indian Women Fight Back! North American Edition

By Kuriyan, Priya, Larissa Bertonasco, Ludmilla Bartscht, and Nicole Marie Burton

Ontario Canada / New Delhi: Zubaan Books Pvt. Ltd./ Ad Astra Comix / Goethe Institut, 2015. Paperback. 163p., profuse linedrawn illustrations which with bursts of text constitute narrative and argument; softbound in 9x7 inch glossy decorated wraps. Clean, sound and unmarked, a very good copy. Publishers Zubaan and Goethe Inst (both New Delhi) put on a week-long workshop to bolster the protests erupted in 2012 following a ghastly rape-murder, this the edition distributed in Canada and the US.

$17.00

East Timor: The Struggle Continues
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East Timor: The Struggle Continues

By Rettbol, Torben, editor

Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, 1984. Paperback. 219p., text reproduced from keyboard-set mss, illustrated with scattered b&w photographs and a linedrawn map; softbound in 8x6 inch decorated wraps, covers have picked up light handling soil and smudging, textblock is rolled, no ownership or other markings, a good copy. IWGIA Document 50.

$25.00

This Is How We Survive: Revolutionary Mothering, War, and Exile in the 21st Century
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This Is How We Survive: Revolutionary Mothering, War, and Exile in the 21st Century

By Williams, Mai'a

Oakland: PM Press, 2018. Paperback. x + 199p., 5x8 inches, paperback, New.

$12.00

The Nonviolent Activist [29 issues]
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The Nonviolent Activist [29 issues]

New York: War Resisters League, 2006. Magazine. 29 issues of the magazine, spanning the period from December 1984 to March/April 2006. Various pagination, all 8 1/4 x 11 inches. Issues present are the unnumbered first issue, Volume 3 Numbers 1, 2, and 6, Volume 4 Number 1, Volume 5 Numbers 6, 7, and 8, Volume 6 Number 7, Volume 10 Numbers 1, 2, and 3, Volume 18 Number 1, Volume 19 Numbers 2 and 3, Volume 20 Numbers 1 and 5 & 6 [Double Issue], Volume 21 Numbers 1, 2, 3, and 5, Volume 21 Number 6/Volume 22 Number 1, abd Volume 22 Numbers 3-6, Volume 23 Numbers 1 and 2. All have address stickers or stamps on rear wrap, all have worn and soiled wraps, a few have pen notations on the rear wraps, and Volume 21 Number 5 has a library sticker on the front wrap, else generally good condition.

$60.00

Tales from the Perpetual Opposition Culture
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Tales from the Perpetual Opposition Culture

By Fagin, Rebel

no place: Self-published by the author, 2016. Paperback. iii, 112p., prelude, coda, b&w photos, very good first edition self-published trade paperback in pictorial wraps.

$12.00

The Nonviolent Activist [38 issues]
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The Nonviolent Activist [38 issues]

New York: War Resisters League, 2000. Magazine. 38 issues of the magazine, spanning the period from January/February 1989 to January/February 2000. Various pagination, all 8 1/4 x 11 inches. Issues present are Volume 6 Number 1-5, 7, 8, (# 3 is mislabeled as Volume 3, # 2 on front cover) Volume 7 Numbers 2, 5, 6 Volume 8 Number 1, 3, 5-8, Volume 9 Number1-6 Volume 10 Numbers 1-6, Volume 11 Numbers 1, -5, Volume 12 Numbers 1-4 Volume 15 Numbers5, and Volume 17 Numbers 1. All have address stickers on rear wrap, all have worn and soiled wraps, and a few have some small stains, else generally good condition.

$75.00

Radio Active; Advertising and Consumer Activism, 1935-1947
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Radio Active; Advertising and Consumer Activism, 1935-1947

By Newman, Kathy M.

Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004. Hardcover. xiii, 237p., hardbound in red cloth boards, lacks a jacket. An upper corner of front cover bears some damp-spotting, an otherwise clean sound unmarked copy.

$15.00

How can I keep from singing
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How can I keep from singing

By [Seeger, Pete and Toshi]

New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1981. Hardcover. Unpaginated preliminaries, 386p., photo-illustrated in inserted coated stock, hardbound in 9.5x6.5 inch red boards with dark blue cloth backstrip, in dust jacket. Heel of casing has suffered damp damage and blue cloth has stained lower endsheets of both gutters and the inside of the dj. Otherwise a pretty good reading copy, no markings, no ownerships, no further damage.

$15.00

Inside the Volcano; Artists\' Tour of Nicaragua \'84 / Dentro del Volcan; Gira de Artistas Visuales por Nicaragua del 84
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Inside the Volcano; Artists' Tour of Nicaragua '84 / Dentro del Volcan; Gira de Artistas Visuales por Nicaragua del 84

By Holdsworth, Anthony, editor

Oakland: Artists' Tour Publications, 1984. Pamphlet. 49p., b&w photoillustrations, alkaline coated paperstock; a softbound in 9x6 inch glazed wraps, the back cover of which folds out twice and bears 21 exhibit photographs. Laid in is a Tour bookmark decorated with a tiny map. A very good copy.

$18.00

Inside the Volcano; Artists\' Tour of Nicaragua \'84 / Dentro del Volcan; Gira de Artistas Visuales por Nicaragua del 84
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Inside the Volcano; Artists' Tour of Nicaragua '84 / Dentro del Volcan; Gira de Artistas Visuales por Nicaragua del 84

By Holdsworth, Anthony, editor

Oakland: Artists' Tour Publications, 1984. Pamphlet. 49p., b&w photoillustrations, alkaline coated paperstock; a softbound in 9x6 inch glazed wraps, the back cover of which folds out twice and bears 21 exhibit photographs. Staples have a touch of rust, externally a little edgeworn with an inch-long split at tail of spinefold and a seller's sticker in one corner. A good-only copy.

$15.00

They shall not pass; the autobiography of La Passionara
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They shall not pass; the autobiography of La Passionara

By Ibarruri, Dolores

New York: International Publishers, 1966. Hardcover. 351p., first US edition, dj chipped and worn.

$12.00

International Hotel 24th Eviction Commemoration
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International Hotel 24th Eviction Commemoration

San Francisco: Manilatown Historical Foundation, et al., 2001. [28p.], staplebound program booklet, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Includes historical essays and photos, plus ads from community groups and businesses.

$17.00

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