By Leigh Goodmark, author of Imperfect Victims: Criminalized Survivors and the Promise of Abolition Feminism Sally McNeil, like many of the people featured in my new book, Imperfect Victims: Criminalized Survivors and …Read More >
Stolen Wealth, Hidden Power is a staggering account of the destruction wrought by mass incarceration. Finding that the economic value of the damages to Black individuals, families, and communities totals $7.16 trillion—roughly …Read More >
We’re thrilled to be publishing this timely new series that focuses on contemporary calls to decolonize and indigenize museums, tear down monuments, and repatriate ancestors. Read our Q&A below with the series editors …Read More >
Looking for more video content for your courses? We’ve rounded-up some recent recorded events, short lectures, and Q&As with our authors to integrate into your lesson plans. The featured books cover a …Read More >
Joe Biden Called Ella Baker “A Giant of the Civil Rights Movement.” Here’s Why Her Philosophy Matters Now.
by Patricia S. Parker, author of Ella Baker’s Catalytic Leadership: A Primer on Community Engagement and Communication for Social Justice When former Vice-President Joe Biden accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination as President …Read More >
Given the realities of sheltering in place, audiobooks offer an alternative way to access books and stay connected to important issues and topics. UC Press has several titles available in audiobook including …Read More >
The Time is Right. The Time is Now. Communication professors and scholars are in a unique position to guide the next generation in reshaping the values of our society to be more equitable …Read More >