SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
The Future of L.A. is Here. Robin D.G. Kelley’s Radical Imagination Shows Us the Way
Historian Robin Kelley discusses the work of his mentor Cedric Robinson, whose discussions in "Black Marxism" offer a way to circumvent the reductionist tendencies of the class- and race-oriented wings of the left today.
SOURCE: Boston Review
Why Black Marxism, Why Now?
by Robin D.G. Kelley
Robin D.G. Kelley places the work of Cedric Robinson in the context of Black radical traditions that have challenged the use of Marxism as a critique of power and politics.
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