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Abolition Democracy: Beyond Empire, Prisons, and Torture (Open Media Series) 1ST Edition
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I enjoy how Davis's insights are reflected in another popular book recently released, "The New Jim Crow" by Michelle Alexander. Both books are must-reads, complete eye-openers. My suggestion: study both, and look at the world in new ways.
There is a gem of an answer at the end of the interview which speaks to Davis' concern that there is an overreliance on seeking role models for social justice mobilization when what she and others of her era did was essentially experimentation. In this way, modern organizers should be more fearless with experimenting with new ways to think their way through more highly evolved forms of racism and those threats to social justice which we encounter in the present era.
public awareness in regards to the US prison system.
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Interesting. Angela's a radical. I agree with some of her ideas. Read at your peril. If you agree it will be hard to figure out what to do next without getting into trouble.Published 7 months ago by Larry Strattner
A must read for anyone interested in understanding contemporary issues in America and be inspired to act for change. Excellent.Published 16 months ago by Sebastian Sclofsky
Angela Davis is an academic, a realist, a great writer, and above all a revolutionary. I highly recommend all of her work.Published on April 10, 2014 by Amazon Customer