Support the Hampton Institute!

Since our founding in 2013, we have:

- published over a thousand articles, essays, analyses, and interviews on a broad range of topics, all from a working-class perspective.

- produced over 100 podcast episodes that have included interviews with working people from all over the world, a number of Hampton chairs & contributors, and folks like Michael Parenti, Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin, Stephanie McMillan, Rania Khalek, Paul Craig Roberts, and Mnar A. Muhawesh.

- published five print books, including two yearly Readers.

- submitted a report (2015), entitled 'Rising Nazism and Racial Intolerance in the United States: A Contemporary Analysis,' to the United Nations General Assembly regarding Resolution A/RES/69/160 on "Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fueling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance."

- took part in a peace delegation to North Korea in 2017.

- took part in community support delegations in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland following the unrest caused by the deaths of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray at the hands of police.

- featured work from Angela Davis, Cornel West, David Graeber, bell hooks, Chris Hedges, Staughton Lynd, Noam Chomsky, John Pilger, Peter McLaren, Deepa Kumar, Ursula Le Guin, rapper and activist Immortal Technique, the co-founder of participatory economics, Michael Albert, and MMA fighter Jeff Monson.

- used our platform to amplify working-class struggles from all over the world.

- organized and sponsored dozens of community forums, talks, and direct action initiatives on issues such as: police brutality, anti-war and anti-imperialism, gentrification, women's liberation, black liberation, Native resistance, global warming & environmental degradation, immigrant rights, anti-fascism, tenant organizing, prisoner organizing, mass incarceration & monopoly capital, Venezuela, Cuba, China, and justice for Palestine, among others.

- endorsed a number of events, including two national prison strikes (2016 & 2018), FemJam 2017, the Workers March on Washington D.C.(2017), and the People's Congress of Resistance.


We want to continue this work while doing much more, all of which is detailed in our *ten-point program* and *five-year plan* laid out on our patreon page.

Which brings us to the three ways in which you can help out financially:

1. Become a patron by making a monthly pledge as low as $1.

2. Make a one-time or recurring donation through our Paypal account linked below.

3. Mail a check to us at Hampton Institute, PO Box 4058, Clifton Park, NY 12065

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so all donations are tax deductible.

We greatly appreciate your continued support.

In Solidarity.