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New Village Press

New Village Press books serve the interdependent fields of social justice, participatory planning, community building, ecology, and community-based arts. The Press crosses boundaries between professional, academic, and informal education with books that engage scholars, practitioners, and community activists alike.

Through illustrated stories, case studies, essays, interviews, educational tools, and guides, New Village publications celebrate the ingenuity of those people rebuilding society. We cover the creativity of community building, focusing on what works and what is culturally exciting.

New Village Press is a national publishing project of Architects Designers Planners for Social Responsibility (ADPSR). See how you can support our public-benefit Press.

New Village Press books are distributed by New York University Press. Here is our catalog of titles.

Newest titles:

Conversations with Diego Rivera

by Alfredo Cardona Peña

translated by Alvaro Cardona-Hine

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Homeboy Came to Orange

by Ernest Thompson and Mindy Thompson Fullilove

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The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race

by Carl Anthony

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Second edition: Beginner's Guide to Community-Based Arts

by Keith Knight and Mat Schwarzman

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Root Shock

by Mindy Thompson Fullilove

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Upcoming titles:

Revised Edition: Works of Heart

edited by Lynne Elizabeth and Suzanne Young

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Placemaking with Children and Youth

by Victoria Derr, Louise Chawla, and Mara Mintzer