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  1. Beautiful Economics: A Guide to Gentle World Domination
  2. Pictures on the Radio: From The Frontlines of History with NPR News
  3. The Earth Will Come To Laugh And Feast
  4. The Boys

    The Boys

    $50.00

  5. Holy

    Holy

    $45.00

    Photographer Donna Ferrato goes on a radical 50-year road trip across the USA as women fight for equality in the bedroom and the boardroom. Holyfollows her journey from the sexual revolution of the '60s through the #metoo era of today.

    Holy is forged from one woman's outrage against a woman-hating world. May it anger you. Donna Ferrato's radical photographs show what women are capable of surviving. More than survive, Holy depicts women who prevail. Holy is an invitation to understand how it feels being held down by the patriarchy--what we are fighting for, what we are up against--and how we manage to maintain a sense of humor and play. Fighting for equality in the bedroom and the boardroom, Ferratto's journey follows the sexual revolution of the '60s through the #metoo era of today.

    Holy is a showcase of power. Donna's images reveal women's bodies in all their monstrous glory--even her own. May these photographs mobilize you, whether you are cis or trans, young or old, butch or femme. Human survival depends on women. Embrace your instincts, desires, brainpower, and strength. Embrace each other.

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  6. TAXI: Journey Through My Windows 1977–1987

    TAXI: Journey Through My Windows 1977–1987

    $35.00

    New York City in the late '70s was a collection of villages with its downtown scene, midtown workers, and uptown elegance. It was also a city that was more integrated than ever before or ever would be again. All of the city's humanity met in its streets with layered soundtracks of salsa, rock, disco, reggae, and soon hip-hop booming for all to groove to. But, NYC was also a place of chaos and mayhem. Teetering on the brink of bankruptcy with rampant crime it was the city's drug users, dealers, and pimps and prostitutes who ruled the streets of Manhattan. The grittiness of the city was a beacon and a promise to many outsiders, those that didn't quite fit into any mold and a vibrant LGBTQ community became the nexus of an underworld of sex workers who liked to party. For a NYC cabbie such as Joseph Rodriguez, the hot spots to pick up fares were clubs like the Hellfire, Mineshaft, The Anvil, The Vault, and Show World. Losing his first camera and lens in a classic '70s New York stabbing and mugging, Rodriguez's wounds healed and he armed himself with a new camera to document what he saw on the job: hookers getting off their shifts, transvestites and S&M partiers doin' it in the back seat or somehow pulling off an unlikely costume change from bondage gear to emerge from the cab clean-cut in an oxford and khakis ready to face unwitting family and friends. A humanist at heart, his photographs speak of the dignity of the city's working class from all the boroughs and those struggling to get by. Learn More
  7. A Carnival of Mimics

    A Carnival of Mimics

    $45.00

  8. The Shadow Knows

    The Shadow Knows

    $50.00

  9. DIGNITY:  In Honor of the the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Updated 2nd Edition
  10. Our Voices, Our Streets: American Protests 2001-2011

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