Come hear two Middle East policy experts and authors, IPS’s Phyllis Bennis and SIPRI’s Dan Smith, discuss how to build peace and justice in the region that plays such a pivotal role in global politics.
The Institute for Policy Studies is excited to be part of a cutting edge, participatory, and challenging book signing workshop about our perceptions of class, crossing race, gender and other social lines.
IPS’ Break the Chain Campaign hosts author Sheila Bapat to discuss her book on “Nannies, Housekeepers, Caregivers and the Battle for Domestic Workers’ Rights.”
Join us in DC for a talk and special book launch event on the history of African-American cooperatives, featuring scholar/activist Jessica Gordon Nembhard.
Participate in a dynamic and participatory workshop with a book signing about “Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures,” and hosted by the Institute for Policy Studies’ Inequality and the Common Good project and others.
IPS’ Break The Chain Campaign and Teaching for Change Bookstore will host Denise Brennan author of a new book on trafficking into forced labor in the united states.
IPS senior scholar Maude Barlow talks about and signs her new book on “Protecting Water and People and the Planet Forever.”
Institute for Policy Studies and Howard University’s African Studies Department are honored to sponsor the D.C. book launch of Gbagba by Robtel Neajai Pailey exploring issues of integrity, accountability, and corruption through a beautifully illustrated children’s narrative.
A discussion book signing with visiting author activists Félix Muruchi about Bolivia’s current process of change and indigenous rights.
An event about a book on “Journeys From The Caspian Sea to the City of London.
Join us for a lively talk and book signing about a narrative chronicle of race in America, and the successes, failures, and stalemates of black leaders in the past fifty years.
IPS joins Busboys & Poets and Teaching for Change bookstore in welcoming author Laura Gottesdiener for her first book about “Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home.”
Author and political economist, Gar Alperovitz will discuss and sign his new book about a new economy based on models of social entrepreneurship such as community land trusts and worker-owned businesses.
The Institute for Policy Studies and Teaching for Change urge you not to miss a provocative discussion and book signing with Stewart Acuff about “a life in organizing.”
Join us for a conversation between IPS Fellow, Phyllis Bennis and Victoria Brittain, as they discuss Brittain’s new book, followed by a signing.