Join us on Friday, August 24th for a book sale to celebrate the life of American historian and social activist Howard Zinn. A central figure in the civil rights and anti-war movements, Zinn wrote more than 20 books, including the widely-acclaimed A People's History of the United States, of which more than a million copies have been sold.
To honor this radical visionary, we'll be offering 10% off all books and zines (20% off for members of our Book Club) plus a free copy of Something to Say: Thoughts on Art and Politics in America by Richard Klin, with every purchase of $45 or more. This 160 page book features profiles of Zinn, Pete Seeger, Yoko Ono, Didi Emmons and many others! (Available while supplies last.)
"He opened up approaches to history that were novel and highly significant. Both by his actions, and his writings for 50 years, he played a powerful role in helping and in many ways inspiring the Civil rights movement and the anti-war movement."
-- Noam Chomsky, 2010