Resilient Natures

Orit Halpern

Today, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the term new normal circulates ad nauseum throughout news outlets and social networks. This new normal is largely defined by a naturalization of precarity for some and the dramatic elevation of profit … Continue reading “Resilient Natures”

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Peer-to-Peer Subjection During COVID-19: Detention from Below and Border Abolitionism

Martina Tazzioli

With the outbreak of COVID-19, mechanisms of mass surveillance and data extraction through platform capitalism have escalated. Tracing apps, drones, and digital platforms are just a few among the many technologies that have gained center stage in the media and … Continue reading “Peer-to-Peer Subjection During COVID-19: Detention from Below and Border Abolitionism”

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An Anti-Racist Movement

Robin D. G. Kelley

The summer of 2014 was a crucial historical conjuncture in which Palestinian-Black solidarity both deepened and became more complex, as Angela Davis’s latest book, Freedom is a Constant Struggle (2015) was absolutely right to identify. The killings of Eric Garner, … Continue reading “An Anti-Racist Movement”

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