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By Critical Ethnic Studies Editorial Collective, Nada Elia, David M. Hernández, Jodi Kim, Shana L. Redmond, Dylan Rodríguez, Sarita Echavez See

Construction at the highbrow and political momentum that verified the serious Ethnic reports organization, this Reader inaugurates a thorough reaction to the appropriations of liberal multiculturalism whereas construction at the percentages enlivened via the ancient paintings of Ethnic experiences. It doesn't try to circumscribe the bounds of serious Ethnic stories; particularly, it bargains an area to advertise open discussion, dialogue, and debate concerning the field's expansive, politically advanced, and intellectually wealthy issues. protecting a variety of subject matters, from multiculturalism, the neoliberal collage, and the exploitation of our bodies to empire, the militarized protection country, and decolonialism, those twenty-five essays name cognizance to the urgency of articulating a severe Ethnic reviews for the twenty-first century.

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41. McNeil, “Joanne Is You and Joanne Is Me,” 262. 42. The language and charge of “outlaw” is more than simply a reference to characters of the fictive Wild West; in response to ­Little’s evasion of arrest, North Carolina mobilized its outlaw statute of 1866, which permitted citizens’ arrests and detentions “As Though It ­Were Our Own” • 41 of wanted men and ­women accused of crimes.

Joan L ­ ittle. ”37 While this polyphonic debate posed real challenges for movement unity, it was ultimately productive and necessary in that the group’s diversity also provided a mechanism of accountability and rigor: the identities and politics of ­those supporting “As Though It ­Were Our Own” • 33 ­ ittle ­were put on display and made to be read against one another, unlike the L current postracial identity collapse that demonstrates limited accountability with anyone other than t­ hose dead and gone.

These long and interdependent histories are both more available and tenuous within the discursive lexicon of the university, which employs a number of activist-­scholars of the prison but is often an uneasy space that brings with it concerns and realities that exacerbate the injustices that t­ hese scholars 22 • shana l. 9 Knowledge production in some ways works as a foil for t­ hese experiences of difference. As Roderick Ferguson argues, the university has been not only the product of the brutalities of the state and capital but is a unique site of experimentation for its goals of minority body and discourse integration.

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