9781984856838-1984856839-Rad American History A-Z: Movements and Moments That Demonstrate the Power of the People (Rad Women)

Rad American History A-Z: Movements and Moments That Demonstrate the Power of the People (Rad Women)

ISBN-13: 9781984856838
ISBN-10: 1984856839
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Schatz, Kate
Publication date: 2020
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Format: Hardcover 176 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781984856838
ISBN-10: 1984856839
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Schatz, Kate
Publication date: 2020
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Format: Hardcover 176 pages

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Acknowledged authors Schatz, Kate wrote Rad American History A-Z: Movements and Moments That Demonstrate the Power of the People (Rad Women) comprising 176 pages back in 2020. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1984856839 and 9781984856838. Since then Rad American History A-Z: Movements and Moments That Demonstrate the Power of the People (Rad Women) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 1.82 or rent at the marketplace.

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From the New York Times bestselling team behind Rad American Women A-Z comes an illustrated collection of radical and transformative political, social, and cultural movements in American history.

“An engaging, fascinating, and necessary book that speaks truth to power.”—Congresswoman Barbara Lee

In Rad American History A-Z, each letter of the alphabet tells the story of a significant moment in America's progressive history--one that isn't always covered in history classes: A is for Alcatraz, and the Native occupation of 1969; C is for the Combahee River Raid, a Civil War action planned in part by Union spy Harriet Tubman; Z is for Zuccotti Park, and the Occupy movement that briefly took over the world.

Paired with dynamic paper-cut art by Miriam Klein Stahl, the entries by Kate Schatz explore several centuries of politics, culture, art, activism, and liberation, including radical librarians, Supreme Court cases, courageous youth, punk rocker grrrls, Southern quilts, and modern witches. In addition to the twenty-six core stories, short sidebars expand the discussion, and dictionary-style lists refer readers to additional key moments. So while F is for Federal Theater Project, a New Deal-era program that employed thousands of artists, F is also for Freedom Rides and First Amendment. E is for Earth First!, but also for Endangered Species Act and Equal Rights Amendment.

There are tales of triumph, resilience, creation, and hope. Each engaging, fact-filled narrative illustrates an eye-opening moment that shows us how we got to now--and what we need to know about our histories to create a just and sustainable future.

Advance praise for Rad American History A-Z

“I wish I’d had Rad American History A–Z when I was growing up; it’s a book I hope to read to my children one day. In such chaotic political times, this is a critical tool for young people to know how change happens, and to know that they, too, can make change happen. This book belongs on all library shelves as a transformative approach to history as we know it.”–Alicia Garza, cofounder of Black Lives Matter Global Network
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