About the series

The Justice, Power, and Politics series publishes and pursues new works of history that explore questions of social justice, political power, and struggles for justice in the twentieth century—thereby bringing these books into conversation with each other.

In doing so, JPP helps readers to better understand the evolution of the United States in the last century, as well as integrate and broaden the way we think about these issues.

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Header photo far right: E.H. Butler Library, Buffalo Courier Express Collection

Forthcoming Books

Courage Under Fire: African Americans and the FDNY, by David Goldberg

What Difference does Difference Make?: A History of Gay and Lesbian Identity Politics Since Stonewall, by David Palmer

Race for Profit: Black Housing and the Urban Crisis of the 1970s, by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

What You’ve Got is a Revolution: Black Women’s Movements for Black Power, by Ashley Farmer

Irresistible Revolution: Cuba and American Radicalism, 1968-1992, by Teishan Latner

Return of the Asylum: Deinstitutionalization and the Rise of Prisons, by Anne Parsons

Democracy’s Capital: Local Protest, National Politics, and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Washington, D.C., by Lauren Pearlman

To Make the Wounded Whole: African American Responses to HIV/AIDS, by Dan Royles

A Political Education: Black Politics and Education Reform in Post-Civil Rights Chicago, by Elizabeth Todd-Breland