Racial Oppression in America: A conversation with Jody Armour

JODY ARMOUR, author of the brilliant forthcoming book N*gga Theory: Race, Language, Unequal Justice, and the Law, in conversation with Melina Abdullah. 

Please join us for a discussion with Professor Armour and Dr. Abdullah on #PrisonAbolition, #DefundThePolice, #BlackLivesMatter, respectability politics, White identity politics, Confederate flags and monuments, where bias lives in criminal law and its processes, and the proper role of the N-word in the political communication and artistic expression of Black folk, where, Professor Armour argues, it can signal a rejection of respectability politics, promote political solidarity with violent Black criminals, and spark a revolution in consciousness about racialized mass incarceration.

Purchase a signed copy with special accompanying ebook via the second ticket option below.

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