Social & Political Thought

"Just as a new oppressive relation emerged when Europe expanded westward (and subsequently, eastward),so, too, are new oppressive relations emerging as the New West goes global. Is it racism? Classism? Sexism? In my view, it is none of these uniquely, but instead a pervasive ethos against humanistic solutions to any of them. In short, it is the ethos of counterrevolution and anti-Utopia."

Existentia Africana, p. 160. (Quote selected by Madina Tlostanova, People's Friendship University of Russia)


"Iris Marion Young on Political Responsibility: A Reading Through Jaspers and Fanon";
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"The Market Colonization of Intellectuals"; PDF

"Of Illicit Appearance: The L.A. Riots/Rebellion as a Portent of Things to Come"; truthout

"Philosophical Anthropology, Race, and the Political Economy of Disenfranchisement"; PDF

"The Problem with Affirmative Action"; PDF

"Problematic People and Epistemic Decolonization: Towards the Post-Colonial in Africana Thought"; The Frantz Fanon Blog

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