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Contest or Conquest?

Daniel Immerwahr Harpers Magazine
A provocative history of Indigenous America. How best to tell the story of oppressed peoples? By chronicling the hardships they’ve faced? Or by highlighting their triumphs over adversity?

No Room for Love in Apartheid Israel

Izzeddin Araj Mondoweiss
The right to intimacy serves as both a realm of domination as well as a form of resistance under Israeli settler-colonialism.

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Radical Justice

Dana Dunham The Chicago Review of Books
This 2022 Pulitzer Prize winner in history is a tale of crime, racism, power, and the conflict between punitive and restorative justice in settler-colonial North America.

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Utopia’s Settler Colonialism Problem

Jessica Namakkal Los Angeles Review of Books
Whatever their promises, one problem with Utopias is that the creators of such communities tend to bring with them the values and habits they thought they were leaving behind. Reviewer Namakkal discusses a book about one such settlement.

When Palestinian Political Speech Is “Incitement”

Sophia Goodfriend Jewish Currents
The broad criminalization of Palestinian social media users occurs as Jewish Israeli extremists have been left free to incite violence on platforms in full view of authorities.

Not a Nation of Immigrants

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz Monthly Review
The thrust of American struggles has been to deracialize but not to decolonize. A deracialized America still remains a settler society and a settler state.
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