Black Anarchism and the Black Radical Tradition

Moving Beyond Racial Capitalism

6 x 0.1 x 9 inches, 62 pages

English language

Published by Daraja Press.

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Thi swork shows how Black anarchism has emerged from roots in Pan-Africanism, the Black radical tradition, and grassroots struggles in the U.S. South. It highlights concrete, contemporary implications for revolutionary strategy, including a perceptive analysis of the compatibilities between socialist and Black anarchist approaches to current transformative struggles. It enlightens us to new ways to understand and act on the intertwined structures of racial capitalism and the capitalist state.

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