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THE PANTHERS CANT SAVE US NOW
In the wake of the mass protests following the police murder of George Floyd nearly every major consumer brand had proclaimed their commitments to antiracism, often with new ad campaigns to match their tweets. Very little in the way of police reform has been achieved. Still less was achieved around policies that might help the millions of black Americans living at or below the poverty line. Why has anti-racism been such a powerful source of mobilization but such a poor means of building political opposition capable of winning big reforms?
This volume revisits a debate that transpired during Black Live Matter’s first wave.
Verso - March 1 2022
Length: 208 pages