On Monday, March 18, I'd like to invite you to a book-event in Washington
D.C. on my just-published book,
The Fight Against
Monsanto's Roundup: The Politics of Pesticides.
If you are in the D.C. area, please come!
Monday, March 18
6:30 - 8 pm
at Busboys & Poets
450 K St. NW (near Union Station)
And if you'd be so kind, please announce this event on your lists, to
your friends in D.C., and on social media.
Quite a few critical thinkers, scientists, and activists wrote chapters
for the book, taking on the subject from different angles. My chapters
offer a radical political and anti-imperialist overview of the
interrelations among Roundup, Genetic Engineering, the U.S. government,
and attempts to control the world's food supply -- food as a weapon. I
ask "in what ways must our movements reconceptualize the fight, to
One of the chaptersí authors, Robin Esser, will be contributing to the
discussion. Robin, coming from both a scientific and activist background,
covered the consequences of Glyphosate's effects on animal cells,
animals, and ecosystems, citing extensive evidence exposing
Monsanto's false claims, and explaining the basis of the toxicity
of each of the chemicals comprising Roundup
Robin and I will also be participating in the Venezuela demonstration on
Saturday, March 16, so if you'd like to get together beforehand, please
email me and we'll try to find each other!
And, if you want to offer books to help raise funds for your
organization, I can obtain a significant discount, as well as arranging
for myself and other of the writers to in The Fight Against Monsanto's
Roundup: The Politics of Pesticides to speak at your event. Please
let me know!
Brooklyn Greens / Green Party
Monsanto's Roundup: The Politics of Pesticides (SkyHorse, 2019),
authored by Mitchel Cohen, is now available at bookstores everywhere!
Please click on link to learn more.