Celebrate Women in Translation Month
Created by Meytal Radzinski in 2014 to highlight the literary contributions of women writers and translators, Women in Translation Month has since grown into a global event celebrated each August throughout the English-speaking world.
Browse our collection below to discover excellent books by women from all over the globe.
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If your vote didn’t matter, they wouldn’t fight so hard to block it
Greg Palast and Noam Chomsky in conversation, moderated by Amy Goodman
Join us on Tuesday, July 14, at 7:00pm for a conversation on voter suppression with Greg Palast (How Trump Stole 2020), Noam Chomsky (Requiem for the American Dream), and Amy Goodman (Democracy Now!).
Vote theft was once considered to be a marginal issue that no one wanted to talk about, but as the stakes have risen and the facts have become known it is now recognized as one of the central issues deciding our presidential elections. The scope is staggering. In the Georgia 2018 midterm election alone—the testing ground—Republican voting officials quietly removed half a million voters from the voter rolls. How Trump Stole 2020 is the story of the racially poisonous schemes to steal the 2020 election, the political operatives behind the trickery—and the hard right billionaires funding it all, written by the investigative reporter who has been covering this story from the outset.
DATE/TIME: Tuesday, July 14th, 7:00 pm EST/4:00 pm PST
PARTICIPANTS: Greg Palast, Noam Chomsky, Amy Goodman
COST: $20 including price of How Trump Stole 2020