Sometimes you have to burn down the precinct before anyone listens.
The coronavirus crisis is visiting a global, economic and social calamity upon humanity.
The consequences of the pandemic and the shutdown will reconfigure the world and its political economy on a scale not seen in our lifetimes.
Everywhere we look there are plantation managers and overseers, kneeling over black bodies, shooting into crowds, ramming jeeps through protest lines, chasing joggers, calling the cops, demanding rent.
If neoliberalism were a Platonic Republic, Bruno Latour would likely be its philosopher-king.
We simply can’t understand the world we live in without an understanding of capitalism. One of the lessons I take from intersectionality is the multiple and discontinuous ways that gender, race, sexuality, ability, nationality, etc are fundamentally interconstituted.
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