Beyond Identity Politics: Emerging Social Justice Movements in Communities of Color
A long-awaited roadmap to the grassroots social justice movements of the 1990s and beyond. The strikingly diverse array of multiracial struggles presented here succeed, in various ways, by moving by simplistic identity politics.In an era when the right-wing seems to be winning all battles, Beyond Identity Politics presents a critical inside look at progressive victories.
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