The October issue of Race & Class contains key articles that make sense of the crises we are in – of COVID-19, of racist state violence and of global capitalism – and asks, is this a watershed moment?
- Global capitalism post-pandemic by William I. Robinson
- ‘This is what a radical intervention could look like’: an interview with Barbara Ransby by Jenny Bourne
- Anti-Asian violence and US imperialism by Simeon Man
- Terrorcraft: empire and the making of the racialised terrorist threat by Deepa Kumar
- Palestinian leadership and the contemporary significance of the First Intifada by Nadia Naser-Najjab
- Angelo Soliman: desecrated bodies and the spectre of Enlightenment racism by Iris Wigger and Spencer Hadley
- The Monster Enters: COVID-19 and the plagues of capitalism by Mike Davis; Set the Night on Fire: LA in the sixties by Mike Davis and Jon Wiener (Joseph Maggs)
- Badges without borders: how global counterinsurgency transformed American policing by Stuart Schrader (Parastou Saberi)
- N’in D’la Owey Innklan: Mi’kmaq sojourns in England by Bonita Lawrence (Chris Searle)
Cover photograph taken by Jesse Freeman, at a Black Lives Matter protest on 30 May 2020 in Omaha, Nebraska.
View the whole issue online here
Read a press release here.