“We allowed ourselves to accept middle-class prejudices against the labor movement…In shunning it, we have lost an opportunity. Let us try to regain it now, at a time when the joint forces of Negroes and labor may be facing a historic task of social reform.”
Hi everyone, I haven’t written much lately and I recently deactivated my profile on Twitter. To be clear, I’m fine and so is everyone in my family. I j…
In a recent panel discussion that I facilitated, three of my favorite scholars talked about the problems with race reductionism—the tendency to minimiz…
A Constraint for Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Affairs Professionals
Over the last few years, I have studied diversity work with a focus on higher education. I decided to study diversity work for my dissertation because …
I think neoliberal fragility exists. Let me explain. By neoliberal fragility, I mean the fear, discomfort, and anxiety that arises whenever anyone prop…
In a recent episode of The Jacobin Show, Toure Reed—one of my favorite scholars and comrades—highlights some of the limitations of using “structural ra…
In a piece for Third Rail, I sought to provide some clear examples of racecraft—the process whereby racial differences (instead of practices like racis…
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