Firebrands: Portraits Of The Americas by Shaun SliferFirebrands: Portraits Of The Americas by Shaun Slifer

Firebrands: Portraits Of The Americas

byShaun Slifer, Bec Young

Paperback | August 11, 2010

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Curated by the Justseeds Artists' Collective,Firebrands is 192 pages of art, world history, and dangerous information. These beautifully illustrated mini-poster pages showcase radicals, dissidents, folk singers, and rabble-rousers, from Emma Goldman to Tupac, Pablo Neruda to Fred Hampton. This is a real people's history, a book packed with dynamite, desire, and, above all, courage.
Shaun Slifer is an artist, a member of the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative, and co-author of the zineDigging Up a Tennessee Anarchist. Bec Young is an artist and a member of the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative. They both live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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Title:Firebrands: Portraits Of The AmericasFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 6.88 × 5.38 × 0.68 inPublished:August 11, 2010Publisher:Microcosm PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934620688

ISBN - 13:9781934620687

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"Curated by the Justseeds Artists' Collective, Firebrands is 192 pages of art, world history, and dangerous information. These beautifully illustrated mini-poster pages showcase radicals, dissidents, folk singers, and rabble-rousers, from Emma Goldman to Tupac, Pablo Neruda to Fred Hampton. As say editors Shaun Slifer and Bec Young in the introduction, the book 'is especially made for anyone who has sat, trembling with frustration and disappointment in history class, or reading a text book heavily edited of anything interesting or useful. It's for all our ancestors, especially for the ones left out of or misrepresented in said textbook, because they were too brown, too female, too poor, too queer, too uneducated, too disabled, or because they felt or thought too much.' This is a real people's history, a book packed with dynamite, desire, and, above all, courage."  —G20 Reading Week, Featured Book of the Day