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40 years of books without bosses, 1977-2017



  • Who’s Afraid of the Black Blocs?

    Anarchy in Action Around the World

    By Francis Dupuis-Déri  

    The history, philosophy, strategy, and controversy of Black Blocs

    Published November 2013

  • Fear of a Black Nation

    Race, Sex, and Security in Sixties Montreal

    By David Austin  

    Events in Sixties Montreal shattered Canada’s image of itself and how the country was perceived around the world.

    • Casa de las Americas Prize in Caribbean Literature in English or Creole, 2014 (Winner)
    • Independent Publisher Book Award - Best Regional Non-Fiction (Canada East), 2014 (Runner-up)

    Published May 2013

  • Unlikely Radicals

    The Story of the Adams Mine Dump War

    By Charlie Angus  

    What do you do when the man dumps on you? A riveting account of how a seemingly disparate Northern Ontario community banded together in the name of public process and environmental justice–…and won

    • Speakers Book Award, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 2013 (Winner)
    • Best Regional Non-Fiction (Canada-East), Independent Publisher Book Awards, 2013 (Runner-up)

    Published March 2013

  • Organize!

    Building from the Local for Global Justice

    Edited by Aziz Choudry, Jill Hanley and Eric Shragge  

    Vital insights on organizing for progressive social change

    Published June 2012

  • May Day

    A Graphic History of Protest

    By Graphic History Collective  

    Celebrating May Day and the historical struggles of workers to improve their lives.

    Published May 2012

  • Whose Streets?

    The Toronto G20 and the Challenges of Summit Protest

    Edited by Tom Malleson and David Wachsmuth  

    Activists, arrestees, and academics offer their views on the June 2010 G20 protests: contexts and analyses and-most importantly-lessons for activists for future struggles

    Published November 2011

  • ¡Viva!

    Community Arts and Popular Education in the Americas

    Edited by Deborah Barndt  

    Compelling case studies of groups in Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, the United States, and Canada using the arts for education, community development, and social movement building.

    Published October 2011

  • Committing Theatre

    Theatre Radicalism and Political Intervention in Canada

    By Alan Filewod  

    The first full-length historical study of political intervention theatre and theatrical spectatorship in English Canada

    • Ann Saddlemyer Award, Canadian Association for Theatre Research, 2012 (Winner)
    • Gabrielle Roy Prize, Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures, 2011 (Short-listed)

    Published September 2011

  • Our Way to Fight

    Peace-Work Under Siege in Israel-Palestine

    By Michael Riordon  

    A compelling look at those who’ve transcended the wall and refuse to see The Other as enemy

    Published February 2011

  • Dying for a Home

    Homeless Activists Speak Out

    By Cathy Crowe  

    Published April 2007

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