Intervention – Liberalism’s Slavery and the Geographies of Freedom

by Christopher Taylor, University of Chicago Almost immediately following Barak Obama’s re-election, an image began circulating through Twitter and Facebook that positioned the electoral...
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Intervention – The Right against the city

by Antonis Vradis, London School of Economics “Reclaim our cities”. “Self-organise”. “Take neighbourhood action”. Consider these slogans for a moment. Sound familiar? Indeed they should,...
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Leaning into the blues epistemology

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley There was a terrific session at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers this year that looked at the life and work of Clyde Adrian Woods, a...
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The message

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York Not too long ago, a forwarded message arrived in my inbox. Simply titled ‘2012’, it was addressed to dozens of other people, and I could see...
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Yo: are we (still) racist?

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley When I teach classes about race and geography, I often use the civil rights movement to start a conversation about the ways in which racial politics and spatial...
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