Adolph L. Reed Jr. joins NHFPL to discuss race and class in American politics.
This author talks includes and audience Q&A period. If you want to be there live and ask your own questions, join us next time!
Check upcoming events on our calendar: http://nhfpl.libnet.info/events?t=Virtual%20Program Original Stream Date: February 18th, 2021
1:44 Infrapolitics and identity politics
6:15 Going from small acts of resistance to organized strategic initiatives
8:30 Movement towards culture-first politics
14:15 College campuses and the types of political action occurring contemporarily
20:55 Why is a racial narrative appealing to people in a position to shape the public?
27:54 Summarization of concepts covered so far Q&A Begins
32:12 Discussion universal student loan forgiveness and means testing
35:40 January 6th Storming in DC, policing and extremism
45:46 American Labor Party Renaissance?
52:29 Anthropocentrism, academia and neo-liberalism
57:00 Is there value in electoral organizing? Let’s examine Georgia’s senate flip
1:03:15 Framing of COVID’s effect on people of color in the media
1:05:48 Two party polarization and American democracy
1:08:45 Conclusion and Adolph L. Reed Jr's upcoming projects