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Medea Benjamin on Ukraine: New Book and Speaking Tour

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👉 Buy the Book here!  |👇 Book Tour Schedule (see below)


Bring Medea to speak in your area! 

Medea will also be traveling around the country for the next few months on a book tour. This is a great opportunity for you to invite Medea to your community and organize an event! Check out the following resources to help you get organized: 

Downloadable tools and resources for event organizers!

Sample Book Talk Titles:

  • War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless Conflict
  • Call for Diplomacy in Ukraine, Not More War
  • Biden’s Foreign Policy and the War in Ukraine
  • Untangling the Web of War in Ukraine
  • How the U.S. started a war with Russia and got Ukraine to fight it
  • A case study in proxy war: the US sends weapons, Ukrainians fight and die
  • The War in Ukraine: What is the solution?

Book Reviews

“This careful, informed, judicious study is an invaluable guide to understanding Russia’s criminal invasion of Ukraine, and most crucially, how we can act to help bring this terrible tragedy to an end.” —Noam Chomsky

“This book is an important antidote to the war propaganda about Ukraine that so many in the West are caught up in.” —Mairead McGuire, activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize

“War in Ukraine makes tragically clear that this was a conflict that could have been avoided if our foreign policy had not become captive to militarists whose sole loyalty is to the arms industry.”
—Chris Hedges, author and journalist

“Here, finally, is the book we've been awaiting. War in Ukraine is illuminating and essential for anyone seeking to penetrate the fog of myth and propaganda that distorts our understanding of this crisis.” —Stephen Kinzer, author and journalist

“Give this book to anyone seeking the knowledge and wisdom needed to help end the violence in Ukraine.” —David Swanson, executive director of World Beyond War

“This concise primer gives what U.S. media consumers so rarely get—historical context with balance and compassion.”—Norman Solomon, executive director of Institute for Public Accuracy