my books and articles

A few links to some of my recent published work…

A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice, Contributors include Winona LaDuke, Naomi Klein, Harsha Walia, Clayton Thomas-Muller, Yudith Nieto, Jeremy Brecher, Bill Mckibben, Sâkihitowin Awâsis, Martin Lukacs, Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Crystal Lameman, and others. Between the Lines Press & PM Press, 2014

Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for the Revolution, by the Yes Men, Ruckus Society, smartMeme, Beyond the Choir, Alliance of Community Trainers, Agit-Pop, Other 98%, Center for Artistic Activism, and more. Edited by Andrew Boyd. OR Books, 2012

Organizing Cools the Planet: Tools and Reflections to Navigate the Climate Crisis, co-authored with Hilary Moore, published by PM Press, October 2011.

 

We Shut Them Down! Ending Coal at the Capitol Power Plant, published in the book The Next Eco-Warriors, Conari Press, 2011

 

Matzpen; The Occupation of Ford Hall, published in the book Celebrate People’s History, the Poster Book of Resistance and Revolution, ed by Josh Macphee, Forward by Rebecca Solnit, published by the Feminist Press, 2010

 

Climate Justice and Coal’s Funeral Procession: Learning from the Capitol Climate Action, published as the cover story for Z Magazine, May 2009

 

Praxis Makes Perfect: The New Youth Organizing, co-authored with Madeline Gardner, published in the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century, AK Press 2008

 

Get Some Action! Taking Our Place In the History of U.S. Social Movements, booklet co-authored with Sharon Lungo, Gopal Dayaneni, & Madeline Gardner, published by EAC/RAN 2008

 

How Student Radicals Can be Relevant, published in Peacework Magazine, March 2008

 

Giving Form to a Stampede: the First Two Years of the New Students for a Democratic Society, published in Upping the Anti Volume Six, January 2008

 

Power Shift 2007: Youth Rising to the Climate Challenge, published in Left Turn Magazine, December 2007

 

Not Your Grandfather’s SDS, published in Yes! Magazine, May 2007

 

Move! (The Politics of Protest and Paralysis), published in the book We Don’t Need Another Wave: Dispatches from the Next Generation of Feminists, Seal Press, 2005

 

Missionaries and Misogynists, published in The Art of Coexistence, International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life, 2004

 

Excuse Me, Can You Please Pass the Privilege?, distributed by Microcosm Publishing, 2003

 

Zen and the Art of Brownie Baking, distributed by Microcosm Publishing, 2002

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