In PART 3 of our Race Study, we look at the subjective and objective formation of race relations, from the development of the Welfare State, through the Civil Rights Era, Third World Liberation and other decolonial movements.
In PART 2, we revisit the pre-1860s time period to expand our understanding of race beyond the Black-white relation. The texts we’ve selected look at settler colonialism, Indigenous struggle, and their relationship with capitalism.
In PART 1 of our long-term Study on Race and Capitalism, we begin studying from primitive accumulation through Reconstruction. We we will use Marxist and Fanonian categories of labor, alienation, and accumulation, drawing heavily from social reproduction theory and unitary theory.