The Nation on No Map: Black Anarchism and Abolition
By William C. Anderson
The Nation on No Map examines state power, abolition, and ideological tensions within the struggle for Black liberation while centering the politics of Black autonomy and self-determination. Amid renewed interest in Black anarchism among the left, Anderson offers a principled rejection of reformism, nation building, and citizenship in the ongoing fight against capitalism and white supremacism.
Published by AK Press
0.7" x 7.9" x 5.4" / 0.7 lbs