"capitalism requires inequality
and racism enshrines it..."
Ruth Wilson Gilmore—abolitionist geographer, legendary teacher and researcher "in the university and on the streets," unrelenting advocate for transforming Black lives and the lives of all people devastated by the racially constituted prison industrial complex, brilliant thinker and writer, and dear longtime friend of the poets—speaks on Geographies of Racial Capitalism from where she lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. This video is 16 minutes long, and we can all find that time to give and those 16 minutes will spread out and increase and do good.
Video produced by the Antipode Foundation, in conjunction with Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography.