Support BR on #GivingTuesday

Readers like you understand the role our publication plays in the media landscape: providing a vital, public space for ideas. We will never hide our online content or archive behind a paywall or accept advertising. Our ongoing commitment to this work would not be possible without the support we receive from everyone who visits our site. Join us in this effort by making a tax-deductible donation of $5, $10, $25, or more.

Rosie Gillies

Rosie Gillies is the engagement editor at Boston Review. She writes the weekly newsletter and the weekend reading list. You can read more about her here.

Assata_Shakur__public_domain_

Assata Shakur — “Women in Prison: How It Is With Us”

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
CRC-1979-banner-photo-Tina-Cross-c0e02efa391752f10f4d30323745e85b-

The Combahee River Collective Statement

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
202012175_1_ORG

Fred Hampton — “Power Anywhere There’s People”

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
AP_19186599422630

Jesse Gray — “The Black Revolution: A Struggle for Political Power”

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
Screen Shot 2021-02-23 at 4

Jack O’Dell — “The July Rebellions and the ‘Military State’”

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
AP_636136760457

Claudia Jones — “An End of the Neglect of the Problems of the Negro Woman!”

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
anthology faces

Our members-only podcast is now available to all! A reading series of radical essays and speeches, season one highlights six short texts related to Black liberation struggles in the U.S., from Claudia Jones to the Combahee River Collective.

Boston Review Rosie Gillies
KoreanWarRefugeeWithBaby

Your fourth of July reading. 

Boston Review Rosie Gillies