A Price List for Food Not Bombs Groups
|Buttons||$1 each or 50¢ for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Stickers||$2 each or $1 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Books||$15 each or $10 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|DVDs||$20 each or $12. for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Menus||$ 3 each or $1.50 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Patches||$ 2 each or $1 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|T-shirts||$18 each or $10 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Camp Casey Prints||$20 each or $10 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Color Movement Prints||$35 each or $15 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Color Movement Posters||$25 each or $10 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Handmade Clay Peace Ornaments
||18 each or $10 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Handmade Clay Incense Holders||$18 each or $10 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|Food Not Bombs Presentation||$500 deposit or $250 for Food Not Bombs groups|
|ORDER BOOKS AND OTHER GOODIES HERE|
Food Not Bombs, How to Feed The Hungry and Build Community
Get a copy of the 20th Anniversary edition of the FOOD NOT BOMBS handbook. This book shows you how to start a group, cook meals for 100 people and organize in your community. This book is available in English, French, Spanish and Italian.
English - Food Not Bombs, How to Feed The Hungry and Build Community
French - De la Bouffe, pas des Bombes
Spanish - Comida, no Bambas
Food Not Bombs, Italian edition
On Conflict and Consensus
Food Not Bombs co-founder C.T. Butler co wrote another helpful book called On Conflict and Consensus. Call him for free at 1-800-569-4054. He can sell his book to your group and will conduct workshops for your chapter.
Order your copy of On Conflict and Consensus here
Exercises for Individual and Group Development, Building Blocks for Intimacy, Awareness and Community
by Charles Bufe and Dale DeNunzio Ph.D.
Chaz at See Sharp Press in Arizona co wrote a book on how to improve group process. You can get a copy for only $5 each. Send $5 to Food Not Bombs, PO Box 744, Tucson, AZ 85702 U$A for your copy. For 10 copies send $30 to the same address. The book might really help every chapter improve its group process.See Sharp Press
EAT THE RICH, Food Not Bombs Cook Book
About a year ago some people in the Minneapolis chapter of Food Not Bombs
created a lovely vegan cookbook entitled "Eat The Rich". It is a 54 page
cookbook in a halfsheet zine format that contains numerous recipees, vegan
factual information, tips on starting your own FNB group, philosophy and
history behind FNB, a contact listing of Minneapolis resources, humor and
lots of half-naked people. They are $2 by mail and $1.50 (or
whatever donation) in person. If interested in a copy please write to us
at Food Not Bombs c/o Arise! Bookstore 2441 Lyndale Ave. S. , Minneapolis,
RISE UP, Class Warfare in America from the Streets to the Airwaves
Richard Edmondson, co-founder of San Francisco Liberation Radio (SFLR) tells the story of San Francisco Food Not Bombs and the start of the micro powered radio movement.
HOMES NOT JAILS, A Novel
Homes Not Jails activist Michael Steinberg shares the story of mass organized squatting in San Francisco. $10
EAST BAY FOOD NOT BOMBS
"East Bay Food Not Bombs," by Lydia Gans and Cary Karacas, is a 94-page book combining group history and vision, personal stories, and the striking photography of Lydia Gans. Available for $8ppd from Food Not Bombs/Long Haul, 3124 Shattuck, Berkeley, CA 94705.
Author Judy Foster has been involved with Reclaiming since before it was born. She is an astrologer, a cook, a Priestess of the Craft, and a lot of other things too.
Photographer Lydia Gans, besides doing Food Not Bombs, photographs and writes for several newpapers, and has had two books published: "To Live with Grace & Dignity" and "Sisters, Brothers and Disability."
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