In search of “liberation-oriented” economics: Black labor fights “disorder” of globalization

by E Wayne Ross on June 1, 2006

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The Black Commentator: In search of “liberation-oriented” economics: Black labor fights “disorder” of globalization

When African Americans are once again forced to be the primary upholders of worker solidarity and labor principles, when it is African Americans that bear the brunt of corporate de-industrialization, and when Black labor must fight a multi-front war for racial, social, and economic justice, and world peace, then it is logical and righteous that Blacks appropriate these issues as uniquely their own. As always in America, the most despised and pilloried must ultimately lead those whose vision is damaged by relative racial privilege and delusions of Manifest Destiny.…

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