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The Evolution of ‘Race’ and Racial Justice under Neoliberalism


From: The Socialist Register 2022


Adolph Reed and Touré F. Reed locate the foundations of the far-right today in the United States in the marginalization of progressive politics, examining the link between economic justice and racial justice formed in the 1963 March on Washington steadily eroded after the civil rights movement of the 1950’s and 1960’s. They do this by exploring topics such as the voting rights act, ‘new black class’ polices, antiracist politics, mass incarceration, black capitalists role models, economic inequality, and race-reductionism.



Adolph Jr. Reed

Adolph Reed Jr. is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania.

Touré F. Reed

Touré F. Reed is a professor in the Department of History at Illinois State University.