By Rosa Freedman
By Rosa Freedman
By Jane Rhodes
By Manning Marable,Leith Mullings
"How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black the USA is a kind of paradigm-shifting, life-changing texts that has no longer misplaced its forex or relevanceeven after 3 a long time. Its provocative treatise at the ravages of past due capitalism, country violence, incarceration, and patriarchy at the lifestyles possibilities and struggles of black working-class women and men formed a complete iteration, directing our energies to the terrain of the prison-industrial advanced, anti-racist paintings, exertions organizing, possible choices to racial capitalism, and hard patriarchypersonally and politically."Robin D. G. Kelley
"In this re-creation of his vintage textual content . . . Marable can problem a brand new iteration to discover recommendations to the issues that constrain the current yet now not our capability to hunt and outline a greater future."Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
"[A] prescient analysis."Michael Eric Dyson
How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black the US is a vintage examine of the intersection of racism and sophistication within the usa. It has develop into a regular textual content for classes in American politics and historical past, and has been principal to the schooling of hundreds of thousands of political activists because the Nineteen Eighties. This version is prsented with a brand new foreword by way of Leith Mullings.
By Marie-Benedicte Dembour,Tobias Kelly
Human rights probably provide common safety. notwithstanding, abnormal migrants have, at top, in simple terms frustrating entry to human rights. even if understood as a moral injunction or legally codified norm, the promised safety of human rights turns out to collapse in terms of the lived event of abnormal migrants. This booklet hence asks 3 key questions of serious sensible and theoretical value. First, what will we suggest after we communicate of human rights? moment, is the complex entry of abnormal migrants to human rights defense a subject of implementation, or is it as a result inherent features of the concept that of human rights? 3rd, should still we glance past human rights for an efficient resource of safeguard? Written is an obtainable kind, with more than a few socio-legal and doctrinal ways, the chapters concentrate on the placement of the abnormal migrant in Europe and the U.S.. during the booklet, nuanced theoretical debates are installed the context of concrete case experiences. The serious reflections it bargains at the barriers and probabilities of human rights protections for abnormal migrants might be helpful for college kids, students and practitioners.
By Rebecca E Zietlow
In Enforcing Equality, Rebecca E. Zietlow assesses Congress's ancient function in studying the structure and holding the person rights of electorate, provocatively not easy traditional knowledge that courts, no longer legislatures, are most fitted for this role.
Specifically targeting what she calls “rights of belonging”—a set of optimistic entitlements which are essential to ascertain inclusion, participation, and equivalent club in varied communities—Zietlow examines 3 historic eras: Reconstruction, the hot Deal period, and Civil Rights period of the Nineteen Sixties. She unearths that during those key classes while rights of belonging have been contested and outlined, Congress has performed the position of protector of rights a minimum of as frequently because the ideal courtroom has followed this function. Enforcing Equality additionally engages in a worldly theoretical research of Congress as a protector of rights, evaluating the institutional strengths and weaknesses of Congress and the courts as protectors of the rights of belonging.
With the hot new appointments to the very best courtroom and Congressional elections in November 2006, this well timed booklet argues that specific rights are most sensible enforced by way of the political approach simply because they show the values of our nationwide neighborhood, and as such, litigation is not any alternative for collective political action.
By Abdias Nascimento
Conteúdo da obra:
| Prefácio à Edição Brasileira [Florestan Fernandes]
| Prefácio à Edição Nigeriana [Wole Soyinka]
| Prólogo: A História de uma Rejeição
| I. Introdução
| II. Escravidão: O Mito do Senhor Benevolente
| III. Exploração Sexual da Mulher Africana
| IV. O Mito do "Africano Livre"
| V. O Branqueamento da Raça: Uma Estratégia de Genocídio
| VI. Discussão Sobre Raça: Proibida
| VII. Discriminação: Realidade Racial
| VIII. Imagem Racial Internacional
| IX. O Embranquecimento Cultural: Outra Estratégia de Genocídio
| X. A Perseguida Persistência da Cultura Africana no Brasil
| XI. Sincretismo ou Folclorização?
| XII. A Bastardização da Cultura Afro-Brasileira
| XIII. A Estética da Brancura nos Artistas Negros Aculturados
| XIV. Uma Reação Contra o Embranquecimento: O Teatro Experimental do Negro
| XV. Conclusão
| 1: Colóquio do Segundo pageant Mundial de Artes e Culturas Negras e Africanas: Relatório das Minorias
| 2: Teatro Negro-Brasileiro: Uma Ausência Conspícua
| three: Arte Afro-Brasileira: Um Espírito Libertador
| Posfácio: O Genocídio no Terceiro Milênio [Elisa Larkin Nascimento]
By Stephen M. Engel
By James Tully
This is the hole quantity in Bloomsbury's Critical Powers sequence of dialogues among authors and their critics. It bargains a stimulating learn for college kids and students of political concept and philosophy, particularly these engaged with questions of citizenship. it truly is a terrific first resource for teachers and scholars wishing to interact with Tully's work.