Freedom and Justice

Blog #1 from the Letters for Abolition series

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Further Reading

Revolting Prostitutes by Molly Smith & Juno Mac

References

  1. Robin D. G. Kelley, 2012, Foreword, In: Angela Davis, ‘The Meaning of Freedom’ (San Francisco: City Lights, 2012), 7
  2. Renni Eddo-Lodge, ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ (London: Bloomsbury, 2018), 83
  3. Frantz Fanon, ‘The Wretched of the Earth’ (London: Penguin, 2001), 8
  4. Akala, ‘Natives’ (London: Two Roads, 2019), 10
  5. Angela Davis, ‘The Meaning of Freedom’ (San Francisco: City Lights, 2012), 30
  6. Davis, 2012, 169
  7. Davis, 2012, 169
  8. Fanon, 2001, 30
  9. Davis, 2012, 101
  10. Molly Smith and Juno Mac, ‘Revolting Prostitutes’ (London: Verso, 2020), 39
  11. Smith & Mac, 2020, 39
  12. Akala, 2019, 203
  13. Akala, 2019, 205
  14. Davis, 2012, 68–69
  15. Kelley, 2012, 7
  16. Kelley, 2012, 7
  17. Davis, 2012, 70
  18. Davis, 2012, 116
  19. Assata Shakur, ‘Assata An Autobiography’ (London: Zed, 2014), 75

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