Touré Reed: The Pitfalls of Liberal Antiracism and Woke Neoliberalism

“Tonight we’re speaking with Professor of history at Illinois State University, Touré Reed, about the political implications of seeing racial identities, separated from material relationships, as the engine of American history. Instead, he spells out why the road to a more just society for African Americans broadly is inextricably linked to that of poor and working-class Americans and coalitions built around their material needs.
His latest book out from Verso is titled, Toward Freedom:
The Case Against Race Reductionism”
Interview with Touré Reed

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