Adolph Reed, Jr and Black Lives Matter

Reed returns to discuss his critique of #BlackLivesMatter in light of recent and very public criticism of the leadership coming from grassroots organizers within affiliated chapters. Adolph Leonard Reed Jr. was (until his retirement in 2019) an American Marxist professor emeritus of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in studies of issues of racism and U.S. politics. He has taught at Yale, Northwestern, and the New School for Social Research and he has written on racial and economic inequality.

Statement From the Frontlines of #BLM 

“How Racial Disparity Does Not Help Make Sense of Patterns of Police Violence,” boy Adolph Reed, Jr. 

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