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Our Feminism Must be Anti-Capitalist

By CELESTE MURILLO and ANDREA D’ATRI, published on Socialist Action, March 8, 2018 “The socialist who is not a feminist lacks breadth. The feminist who is not a socialist lacks strategy.” — Louise Kneeland On March 8, 2017, women around the world marched through the largest metropolitan centers. The call for a global strike revived International Women’s Day—long relegated to[…]

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Looking Down That Deep Hole (Part 2)

This week we take a longer look down the deep hole that is the most popular flavor of intersectionality. Looking Down That Deep Hole: Parisitic Intersectionality and Afro-Pessimism By Bruce Dixon, originally published on Black Agenda Report,  Feb 1, 2018 When I took a swipe at intersectionality last week, declaring that it was a hole, that afro-pessimism was a shovel[…]

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Intersectionality is a Hole (Part 1)

Time to begin critically unpacking intersectionality and its nappy headed stepchild afro-pessimism Intersectionality is a Hole. Afro-Pessimism is a Shovel. We need to Stop Digging. (Part 1) By Bruce Dixon, originally published on Black Agenda Report,  Jan 25, 2018 The US left has a fundamental problem, perhaps the root of most of its other problems. That fundamental problem is that[…]

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