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Afro-Pessimism and the (Un)Logic of Anti-Blackness | Historical Materialism Race In America, Harlem Renaissance, Free Black, Oppression, Black People, Afro, Room Decor, Contemporary, Abstract

Afro-Pessimism and the (Un)Logic of Anti-Blackness

Afro-Pessimism and the (Un)Logic of Anti-Blackness | Historical Materialism

The revolt against Alexi McCammond shows that even Teen Vogue doesn’t think teens deserve a sin jubilee. Race In America, Vogue America, Political Problems, And Justice For All, Facial Cleansers, Asian American, Teen Vogue, Teenage Years

America Has Forgotten How to Forgive

The revolt against Alexi McCammond shows that even Teen Vogue doesn’t think teens deserve a sin jubilee.

Letter from Clarence Jones, MLK Legal Counsel and Speech Writer — Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies Fulton Street, Race In America, Martin Luther King, Story Ideas, Social Justice, Counseling, Ethnic, Writer, Lettering

Letter from Clarence Jones, MLK Legal Counsel and Speech Writer — Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies

Letter from Clarence Jones, MLK Legal Counsel and Speech Writer — Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies

Letter from Clarence Jones, MLK Legal Counsel and Speech Writer — Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies Race In America, King Jr, Martin Luther King, Story Ideas, Counseling, Curriculum, Ethnic, Writer, Lettering

Letter from Clarence Jones, MLK Legal Counsel and Speech Writer — Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies

Letter from Clarence Jones, MLK Legal Counsel and Speech Writer — Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies

The Perils of “People of Color” | The New Yorker Caste System In India, Civil Rights Lawyer, Race In America, Small Acts Of Kindness, Civil Rights Movement, World View, The New Yorker, American History, Black And Brown

The Perils of “People of Color”

E. Tammy Kim writes about the emergence of the term “people of color” as a means of fostering inclusiveness among peoples of disparate ethnicities.

Afro-Pessimism forwards a crucially important foundation with which anyone concerned with forming Black resistance strategy should navigate. It accurately understands that Black life exists outside of the traditional humanist metric, and Blackness... Loyola University Chicago, Harvard University Press, Duke University, African American Studies, Race In America, Civil Society, American Civil War, In The Flesh, Oppression

Addressing Shortcomings in Afro-Pessimism

Afro-Pessimism forwards a crucially important foundation with which anyone concerned with forming Black resistance strategy should navigate. It accurately understands that Black life exists outside of the traditional humanist metric, and Blackness...

The Flatness of Blackness: Afro-Pessimism and the Erasure of Anti-Colonial Thought - Salvage African Culture, African History, Race In America, Political Economy, Oppression, Colonial, Afro, Thoughts, Black

The Flatness of Blackness: Afro-Pessimism and the Erasure of Anti-Colonial Thought by Kevin Ochieng Okoth

The use of the term ‘Afro-pessimism’ is symptomatic of the historical ignorance of the Afro-pessimist™ (or what Greg James has recently called Afro-pessimism 2.0), whose grasp of African history is about as solid as that of Hegel.

How Racial Disparity Does Not Help Make Sense of Patterns of Police Violence – Nonsite.org Economic Justice, Social Justice, Race In America, Killed By Police, Police Life, Political Economy, National Guard, Criminal Justice, Make Sense

How Racial Disparity Does Not Help Make Sense of Patterns of Police Violence

Despite its proponents’ assertions, antiracism is not a different sort of egalitarian alternative to a class politics but is a class politics itself: the politics of a strain of the professional-managerial class whose worldview and material interests are rooted within a political economy of race and ascriptive identity-group relations. Moreover, although it often comes with a garnish of disparaging but empty references to neoliberalism as a generic sign of bad things, antiracist politics is…

The New York Times’ 1619 Project launched with the best of intentions, but has been undermined by some of its claims. World History Teaching, World History Lessons, Native American History, American Civil War, Best Of Intentions, The Proclamation, Race In America, Racial Equality, Jim Crow

A Matter of Facts

The New York Times’ 1619 Project launched with the best of intentions, but has been undermined by some of its claims.

What should we make of the jury’s decision? Race In America, Criminal Justice System, Criminology, Civil Rights, Police Officer, Trauma, Prison, Politics, Student

Reacting to the Derek Chauvin Conviction

What should we make of the jury’s decision?

I Refuse to Stand By While My Students Are Indoctrinated - Common Sense with Bari Weiss Truth Or Dare Games, Truth And Dare, Race In America, 2016 Presidential Election, All Schools, Seventh Grade, Career Change, Education System, School S

I Refuse to Stand By While My Students Are Indoctrinated

Children are afraid to challenge the repressive ideology that rules our school. That’s why I am.

A curriculum inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement is spreading, raising questions about the line between education and indoctrination. Race In America, Restorative Justice, Killed By Police, Helping Hands, Public School, Black People, White Man, Social Studies, Civil Rights

What Happens When a Slogan Becomes the Curriculum

A curriculum inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement is spreading, raising questions about the line between education and indoctrination.

The Black Lives Matter Curriculum Has an Unintended Lesson - The Atlantic Race In America, Illinois, Curriculum, Parenting, Life, Artists, Black, Resume, Black People

‘The Narrative Is, “You Can’t Get Ahead”’

In Evanston, Illinois, a Black parent and school-board candidate takes on a curriculum meant to combat racism.

Elite Capture and Epistemic Deference - Olufemi O. Taiwo Race In America, Experiential, Oppression, Social Justice, Trauma, Persecution

Elite Capture and Epistemic Deference - Olufemi O. Taiwo

Philosopher Olufemi O. Taiwo explores standpoint epistemology, practices of deference, and the political role of suffering.