Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement
by Angela Davis Foreward by Cornel West
Angela Davis walks us through the intersectionality of oppression: the concept that various forms of oppression, such as racism and sexism, are intrinsically connected and to fight one, we have to fight them all. What does the anti-Apartheid movement have to do with today's fight for prison reform? Ask Angela. Amongst other topics, Davis explains the struggles in Ferguson and the institutional violence against African-Americans, and Palestine and the seemingly unending conflict with Israel, in a series of interviews and speeches.