We Could Be Free draws connections between struggles against state violence and oppression around the world, highlighting the material and ideological links between Black liberation, Native liberation, and the struggle for Palestine.
White Bred, with sharp arguments, backed-up by groundbreaking research, masterully demonstrates how and why white-supremacist citadels of power, prestige, and wealth are inaccessible to most white people.
In constant conversation with the themes and settings of her novels, the essays form a near-unbroken memoir of Arundhati Roy’s journey as both a writer and a citizen, of both India and the world, from "The End of Imagination", which begins this book, to 'Azadi', with which it ends.
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