This issue of Souls takes up the question of protest tactics, and their changing and continued relevance to Black and other oppressed communities.
BLACK PROTEST, POLITICS, AND FORMS OF RESISTANCE (Vol. 15 #1/2)
Barbara Ransby, University of Illinois at Chicago
This issue includes articles on campaigns for prisoners’ rights and de-carceration, art and religious practices as sites of resistance, coalition building across various divides, memories and voids in our recollection of U.S. Civil Rights era protests, and the consequences of ruptured Left alliances in the context of anti-colonial struggles.