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Class & Inequality

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Among them are Kimberlé Crenshaw, Angela Davis, bell hooks, and Robin D. G. Kelley. You can read them here.
Kevin P. Donovan

Two new books critique poverty capital, but they don’t ask what borrowers need. 

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A reading list in honor of the radical philosopher’s birthday.
Christopher Newfield

Institutional reform is no match for pervasive structural inequality.

Daniela Gabor, Ndongo Samba Sylla

In place of public-private partnerships, we should revive the Pan-African ambitions of the green developmental state.

David Waldstreicher

Historian Gerald Horne has developed a grand theory of U.S. history as a series of devastating backlashes to progress—right down to the present day.

Karen Levy

Both regulators and employers have embraced new technologies for on-the-job monitoring, turning a blind eye to unjust working conditions.

AbdouMaliq Simone

The vast hinterlands of the Global South’s cities are generating new solidarities and ideas of what counts as a life worth living.

Eli Friedman

Protests in China are shining a light not only on the country’s draconian population management but restrictions on workers everywhere.

Robin D. G. Kelly, Deborah Chasman

Robin D. G. Kelley on the midterm elections.

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