New releases

    Understanding Government Contract Law

    The only government contract law textbook to outline both practice and theory in simple, clear English for beginners.

    The Five Legends

    Drawing on 30 years of helping families, this profound fable by the Anasazi Foundation illustrates the true anguish of conflict and...

    Invisible Martyrs (Audio)

    “This is an extraordinary book, written by an extraordinary woman. Qazi is a master storyteller, capturing the emotion as well as...

    Your Happiness Was Hacked

    “Technology is a great servant but a terrible master. This is the most important book ever written about one of the...

    Breaking Through Gridlock

    Use the power of authentic conversations to get create a better world.

    The Revolution Where You Live

    Are you looking for change beyond your own backyard?

    The Shareholder Action Guide

    How can shareholders make a difference for social good?

    The Gift of Anger

    How can you be strategic with your outrage?

    From Crisis to Calling

    We are often confronted with choices where morality and pragmatism seem to be at odds. In these situations leaders are supposed...

    The Vanishing American Corporation

    We love to criticize corporate behavior, but honestly, what would the world be like without them? That may be where we're headed.

    The Reunited States of America

    How can we change our political process, when the government is being held hostage by poisonous partisan gridlock?

    When Money Talks

    We’re no longer conducting elections, we’re holding auctions. How can we return free speech to the people, not the biggest bankroll?...

    Lean Startups for Social Change

    What does the Lean Startup model have to do with the social sector?

    The Ecology of Law

    What can our legal system do to contribute to solving the great crises of our times?

    How the Poor Can Save Capitalism

    Can empowering the lower class save America's economy?

    The Sisters Are Alright (Audio)

    Everyone seems to have an opinion about American black women—they need to get married, change their hair, act like “ladies,” and...

    Pro-Voice

    Are you tired of polarized discussion of controversial issues, and wanting more focus on healing and problem-solving?