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Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

Написано Angela Y. Davis

Озвучено Angela Davis и Coleen Marlo


Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement

Написано Angela Y. Davis

Озвучено Angela Davis и Coleen Marlo

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In these newly collected essays, interviews, and speeches, world-renowned activist and scholar Angela Y. Davis illuminates the connections between struggles against state violence and oppression throughout history and around the world.



Reflecting on the importance of black feminism, intersectionality, and prison abolitionism for today's struggles, Davis discusses the legacies of previous liberation struggles-from the black freedom movement to the South African antiapartheid movement. She highlights connections and analyzes today's struggles against state terror, from Ferguson to Palestine.



Facing a world of outrageous injustice, Davis challenges us to imagine and build the movement for human liberation. And in doing so, she reminds us that "freedom is a constant struggle."
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  • (5/5)
    One of the very best, at her very best, spoken in her own voice: precious.
  • (5/5)
    Absolutely loved this collection of essays on so many different topics that all intersect on the topic of freedom. The exploration of sexism racism and state violence is fascinating and I cant wait to read more of Angela Y. Davis' work!
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    So much wisdom and information! Definitely a must read book!

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    I’m writing this four years after this was released and it’s something to hear how what Angela is speaking on, which has been for more that four years, has come to pass in today’s world. If you want to learn about intersectionality, feminism & one of the root intellectuals of police and prison abolitionist thinking, read this.

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    While this book may have been published in 2016 the content and issues spoken about are still ongoing today. Why are we, as a global majority, still in a constant struggle for freedom? Have we not looked past our own current individualized "fights" to recognize that we are incapable of seeing our contributions extend farther than our lifetimes or for generations to come? Maybe that is why the same struggles continue to present themselves.
    Angela Davis gives no holds barred explanations on so many struggles that we as African Americans continue to face throughout the generations. In essence, msny of us are products of this very racist and incongruent system.

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    this has been such an eye-opener, thank you for writing this book

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    Next up in #feminism and #socialjustice reading: this gem. It's a collection of interviews with and speeches by Davis, and it shows what an intelligent, collective-thinking person she is. She makes connections from Palestine to prison and terrorism to capitalism with such clarity. I think this book should be accessible to anyone with a basic understanding of intersectionality.

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