“My Whirlwind Lives” is a response to current stormy events and trends that are changing history. But it’s a special response, looking not just at recent experiences, but viewing them through a prism of five decades of resistance and real protest. The book “takes us through decades of turmoil in the U.S. and overseas, and decades of movement building against war, injustice and destruction of the planet,” says Medea Benjamin of CodePink. It tells a story of witnessing and supporting revolutions in Portugal and Nicaragua, and building a socialist movement at home. As Gerry Condon of Veterans For Peace said, the story “shares much with that of thousands of young people whose lives and world views changed when they were pushed to participate in unjust U.S. wars.”

“Some people have experienced a whirlwind in their lives. My life has been a series of whirlwinds,” states Dee Knight, author.

By Dee Knight

Here’s a link (and embedded above) to a presentation of My Whirlwind Lives: at Chicago’s College of Complexes which I gave online Saturday, March 19, 2022.

The main presentation starts at 0:6:07, and goes to 1:11 – a total of about an hour. here’s quite a bit more after that point: Q&A with discussion about many things, including the current war crisis. For those who want more info, here’s a link to my blog.

If you want to get my book, now you can order it online: My Whirlwind Lives: Navigating Decades of Storms is now available  at: https://1804books.com/products/my-whirlwind-lives.

You can also walk into bookstores to buy it at:

  • 1804 Books (320 West 37th St., Manhattan) –
    or order online from anywhere!
  • The Word Is Change Books, 368 Tompkins Ave., Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn
  • Cups and Books, 2024 Bedford Ave., East Flatbush, Brooklyn
  • Broadway Books, Portland, Oregon
  • Belmont Books, Portland, Oregon

If you know a bookstore that may want to carry My Whirlwind Lives, please let me know!

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