The tradition of Black radical resistance and liberation struggle is as grounded in the South as collard greens. The startling diversity of its forms and currents have slowly dawned on me as I’ve read the signs and listened carefully to the rhythms. This morning I reflect on accounts of 18th century resistance in Sylviane Diouf’s […]
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Landback and reparations are inseparable pathways to liberation.
Read More Unbelonging: on reparations, Landback, and Property
How do we create belonging for multi-racial children? Among the many threads woven into the the newly released Unbelonging. Facebbook Live tonight 7 Eastern
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It’s time for Emory University to come to terms with its involvement in Georgia’s slave economy and theft of Indigenous lands.
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What is Agnes Scott College’s commitment to Black Lives?
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Dare to imagine a United States without incarceration
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When they ask you why Atlanta was burning last night, tell them it was an uprising. If you want a quick answer, you can quote the economist Thomas Piketty Every human society must justify its inequalities: unless reasons for them are found, the whole political and social edifice stands in danger of collapse. Capital and […]
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The advancement of humanity is the struggle against inequality — Thomas Piketty
Read More A review of Capital and Ideology