Our limited-edition tote bag is a celebration of Boston Review’s rich archive and a reminder of the enduring importance of political education in activism.
Featuring art by celebrated cover designers Rodrigo Corral and June Park, the tote commemorates our March/April 2016 issue with Robin D. G. Kelley, Charlene Carruthers, Derecka Purnell, Barbara Ransby, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Michael Eric Dyson, Randall L. Kennedy, and others. Leading a forum entitled “Black Study, Black Struggle,” Kelley responds to the uprisings in Ferguson, Missouri, after Michael Brown’s 2014 murder and the protests across college campuses in 2015. He argues that the university may not “offer students the education they crave,” but that education is within their reach when they read, reflect, and engage with oppressed communities outside the university.
All purchases come with a free digital copy of our March/April 2016 issue!
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