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February 15, 2023 @ 6:30 pm

¡No Pasarán!: A Virtual Evening with Shane Burley, Benjamin Case, & Margaret Killjoy

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Date:
February 15, 2023
Time:
6:30 pm

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On CROWDCAST

Books & Books presents…

A VIRTUAL EVENING WITH SHANE BURLEY

in conversation with 

Benjamin Case & Margaret Killjoy

discussing

¡No Pasarán!: Antifascist Dispatches from a World in Crisis

(AK Press, $25)

Wednesday, February 15th, 2023, 6:30 PM ET 

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About the Book:

Essays written by a who’s who of antifascist researchers, including Talia Lavin (Culture Warlords); Kim Kelly (Fight Like Hell), Geo Maher (A World Without Police), Hilary A. Moore (No Fascist USA!), and Daryle Lamont Jenkins (One People’s Project).

¡No Pasarán! is an anthology of antifascist writing that takes up the fight against white supremacy and the far-right from multiple angles. From the history of antifascism to today’s movement to identify, deplatform, and confront the right, and the ways an insurgent fascism is growing within capitalist democracies, a myriad of voices come together to shape the new face of antifascism in a moment of social and political flux.

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About the Author:

Shane Burley is an author based in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of Why We Fight: Essays on Fascism, Resistance, and Surviving the Apocalypse (AK Press, 2021) and Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It (AK Press, 2017), and has appeared in a number of other anthologies and journals. His work has been featured in places such as NBC News, Al Jazeera, The Baffler, The Independent, Jacobin, The Daily Beast, Bandcamp DailyJewish CurrentsHaaretz, and Full Stop.


About the Moderators:

Benjamin Case is a public sociologist interested in studies and practices of social change. He is currently a postdoctoral research scholar at Arizona State University’s Center for Work and Democracy, and maintains a faculty affiliation in the Department of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he works with the Resistance Studies Initiative. He holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Pittsburgh and a Masters of Public Administration from New York University, and has more than two decades of experience in labor, community, and political organizing. Check out his book: Street Rebellion: Resistance Beyond Violence and Nonviolence (AK Press).

Margaret Killjoy is a transfeminine author and musician living in the Appalachian mountains with her dog. She is the author of A Country of Ghosts as well as the Danielle Cain series of novellas; she plays piano, synth, and harp in the feminist black metal band Feminazgûl; and she is the host of the community and individual preparedness podcast Live Like the World is Dying and the history podcast Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff.