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Your calendar can educate and inspire as it organizes and looks beautiful!  Can we all do as well?

Certain Days:  Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar –full-color wall calendar from a joint fundraising and educational project between outside organizers in Montreal and Toronto, and three political prisoners held in maximum-security prisons in New York State

Zapatista Solidarity Calendar –full-color photographic wall calendar with inspiring images of life in the Zapatista “communities in resistance” where the local indigenous people run their own health, education, justice and decision-making systems on community-controlled land. Proceeds from this calendar go to support the construction of drinking water systems and the development of autonomous health and education in Chiapas.

The Subversive Historian Calendar of Revolt –bold artwork and 365 brand new subversive days in history. The Calendar of Revolt continues to focuses on the liberation struggles of workers, radicals, women, people of color, and the LGBT community throughout the history of the United States and elsewhere.

Justseeds organizers –a different Justseeds artist each month, a lunar phase calendar, months-at-a-glance, and more! The covers are sturdy, rugged cardstock with a lovely ink texture, and the wire binding is tough enough to last an entire year in a bag or pocket. Get organized!  large: 5.25″ x 8″  small: 3.75″ x 5″

Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary –choice nuggets of radical history coupled with tasteful quarter tone illustrations.  Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary is a not-for-profit prisoner support fundraising project.  The plan is to create a long-term stable income for prisoner support activities, delivering a publishing template that can be used by a hopefully independent self-sustaining collective that will go on to produce the diary in future years.

“For Love and Liberty” Letter Writing Night to Support Tom Manning Oct. 23rd



We’ve just received a special order of Tom Manning’s book of paintings and essays, For Love and Liberty. We’re thrilled to carry this book in the store, and to support Tom and the Rosenberg Fund for Children.

Join us for a special letter writing night on Thursday, October 23rd at 7:00 pm to check out the new book, learn more about Tom Manning, and to write him letters of support and letters to the US Parole Board, who he will appear before in November.

If you can’t make it, see below for information about how to write to the parole board to support Tom.

Learn more about the book at:

Political Prisoner Tom Manning is scheduled to see the US Parole Board in November. In a recent letter he asks that people write letters supporting his release on parole. He writes “so if folks can just write their own letters expressing each ones ideas rather than all of them sounding like they read a form letter – so that they put their own voice down on paper.”

Please write a letter to support Tom!

Your letter should reference:
Thomas Manning #10373-016

and be sent to:

U.S. Parole Commission
90 K Street, NE, Third Floor
Washington, D.C. 20530

Please make a copy and send it to:
Tom Manning 10373-016
FMC Butner
PO Box 1600
Butner, NC 27509


Chernoh Bah, author of Neocolonialism in West Africa, June 20th

Friday, June 20 at 7pm
Internationalist Books and Community Center

Neocolonialism in West Africa
Chernoh Bah examines modern forms of capitalist colonialism in West Africa from the perspective of an African revolutionary leader and political activist and shows how capitalist corporations and Western nations control the economy and resources of West Africa, rig elections, and promote wars and military coups. He also explores how North American and European capitalist corporations prop up anti-democratic regimes that support Western economic interests in West Africa and how outsiders continue to scramble to control the continent’s natural resources.

You can read excerpts from the book at

Presentation by Author of A Guide to the Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail

Monday, June 9th
Discussion with Heather Houskeeper, author of A Guide to the Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Mountains-to-Sea TrailDSCF0835-marsh blue violet

We have the book in stock now! Come check it out, and join us for this informative conversation!

The book is a backpacker’s practical guide to identifying and harvesting edible and medicinal plants found along the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, complete with recipes to transform them into delicious backcountry meals and snacks.

For more info:

New Issue of Rolling Thunder Out Now!

We have copies of the brand new issue of Rolling Thunder in stock now. Come get yours today, and join us for a release party Thursday, April 10th at 7:00 pm.rt11


The new issue features national and international content, and a story that is much closer to home – an article about the resistance to the Greenbridge development in Chapel Hill, NC.

The Inside Story of the Resistance to Greenbridge

The new issue of Rolling Thunder offers insight into a previously dark and mysterious chapter of Triangle area history: anarchist participation in the movement that ran the developers of Greenbridge into bankruptcy.

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