PRISON SLAVE MOVEMENT–A N!##AS NIGHTMARE

In the face of adversity Not Worker, But N!##A Chattel! The F$%#?? By Ivan Kilgore Whereas the positionality of the worker (whether a factory worker demanding a monetary wage, an immigrant, or a white woman demanding a social wage) gestures toward the reconfiguration of civil society, the positionality of the Black subject (whether a prison-slave […]

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