Race Capitalism Justice
Walter Johnson, Harvard historian and author of the acclaimed River of Dark Dreams, urges us to embrace a vision of justice attentive to the history of slavery—not through the lens of human rights, but instead through an honest accounting of how slavery was the foundation of capitalism, a legacy that continues to afflict people of color and the poor. Inspired by Cedric J. Robinson’s work on racial capitalism, as well as Black Lives Matter and its forebears—including the black radical tradition, the Black Panthers, South African anti-apartheid struggles, and organized labor—contributors to this volume offer a critical handbook to racial justice in the age of Trump.
Abolition as Market Regulation
The Gong of History; Or, What Is a Human?
Theories of Justice
Racial Capitalism and the Dark Proletariat
Reviving the Black Radical Tradition
Putting Rights in Their Place
What Slavery Tells Us about Marx
When Liberalism Defended Slavery
Black Humanity and Black Power
This, Our Second Nadir
Racial Capitalism and Human Rights
Lake Michigan, Scene 22
From Good Stock / Strange Blood