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Angela Davis' The Meaning of Freedom on the First Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street

Joshua Neuman

A collection of unpublished speeches which discuss the new modes of racism, which include voting booths that are abundant in affluent communities.... Eradicating these less obvious forms of oppression isn’t as simple as adding more polling booths in poor communities, instead the author suggests, it requires revising what we think of democracy.

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  • Emma DeFelice

    Is it more impactful to work within flawed systems to create change and propose a better way (i.e., "for" broken structures or organizations), or to work outside of them? On this anniversary, and thinking of the meaning of freedom — both as a book and a philosophy — that question has been on my mind.