New Edition Events


Oakland, California – April 21
Bay Area Book Launch – Alicia Garza and
Max Elbaum in Conversation
Saturday, April 21, 4-6 pm
First Congregational Church of Oakland
Collins Chapel
2501 Harrison Street
Sponsored by the Center for Political Education
Co-sponsored by Left Roots, #Asians4BlackLives Bay Area, Catalyst Project and Freedom Road Socialist Organization Bay Area
For more information, go here
Alicia Garza is a co-founder of Black Lives Matter

Berkeley, California – April 26
Book Chat with Colleen Lye and Joshua Clover
Sponsored by the UC Berkeley Interdisciplinary Marxist Working Group
Thursday, April 26, 5 pm
300 Wheeler, UC Berkeley Campus
Colleen Lye is the author of America’s Asia: Racial Form and American Literature, 1893-1945
Joshua Clover is the author of Riot.Strike.Riot: the New Era of Uprisings 

Washington, DC – May 7 – Noon
Brown Bag Intimate Sit-Down at the Institute for Policy Studies
Monday, May 7, 12-1:30 pm
1301 Connecticut Ave. NW, 6th Floor
For more information, go here.

Washington, DC – May 7 – 6:30 pm
Reading and Discussion with Jessie Mannisto and Arrion Brown
Monday, May 7, 6:30-8 pm
Busboys and Poets, 5th and K, Cullen Room
For more information, go here
Jessie Mannisto is an independent writer and member of the editorial board of Democratic Left the magazine of the Democratic Socialists of America
Arrion Brown is an activist in the American Postal Workers Union ( (organization listed for ID purposes only)

Baltimore, Maryland – May 8
Reading and Discussion
Tuesday, May 8, 7-9pm
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
30 W. North Avenue
For more information go here

New York, New York – May 10
Reading and Discussion with Kazembe Balagun
Thursday, May 10, 7-9pm
20 Jay Street, Suite 1010, Brooklyn
Hosted by Rosa Luxemburg Siftung – New York Office and Verso Books
For more information go here
Kazembe Balagun is a writer, curator and activist currently working as a Project Manager/United Nations/North America at the Rosa Luxemburg Siftung – New York Office

Sacramento, California – May 20
Reading and Discussion
Sunday, May 20, 4-6 pm
Time Tested Books, 1114 21st Street
Sponsored by Democratic Socialists of America – Sacramento and
The Marxist School of Sacramento
For more information, email

Chicago, Illinois – June 12
Reading and Discussion with Tobita Chow
Tuesday, June 12, 6-7 pm
Seminary Books, 5751 South Woodlawn
For more information, go here
Tobita Chow is Global Justice Organizer at The People’s Lobby, where he leads a campaign for a global minimum wage. He is a co-author of “The Movement We Need,” a pamphlet on analysis and strategy for the progressive movement released by the Center for Progressive Strategy and Research.

Watch this space for further events TBA!