'We Need to Talk': A Review of Undoing Border Imperialism

Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action

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Title 'We Need to Talk': A Review of Undoing Border Imperialism
 
Creator Partridge, Kevin; Carleton University
 
Subject Sociology
No One Is Illegal; Harsha Walia; Canada; radical activism
 
Description From the frontlines of the battle against global imperialism, this book both argues for and exemplifies the importance of dialogue within and about radical activism. It is a collective project that is based in various No One is Illegal groups across Canada and includes writings from more than a dozen different people. The bulk of the book is framed by Harsha Walia's understanding of borders and border imperialism and reflects lessons she has learned from many years of activism. It is an important part of discussions that continue to take place about the how theories and intellectual work relates to social change.
 
Publisher Affinities Editorial Board and Publishing Collective
 
Contributor
 
Date 2014-06-02
 
Type Book Review

 
Format application/x-download
text/html
 
Identifier http://journals.sfu.ca/affinities/index.php/affinities/article/view/91
 
Source Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action; Vol 8, No 1 (2014): Antiracist Anarchism
 
Language en
 
Coverage Canada


 
Rights Affinities is anti-copyright. We encourage people to use anything they find here in any way they please -- take risks, contaminate the global mindstream, get themselves in trouble. It's out of our hands (we, the editors, and you, the writer) once it's on the site. That's what it means to 'publish', no?
 

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