An essay by W.E.B. Du Bois on the imperial roots of American racism.
Books that challenge the notion of empire and offer a history of anti-colonial, anti-racist struggle.
A reading list inspired by black radicalism, featuring Julius Scott's The Common Wind as well as Angela Davis, Manning Marable, and W.E.B. Du Bois.
Our selected reading on Race for the academic year ahead.
Walter Rodney's groundbreaking work, alongside key artists, writers and activists of the Black radical tradition.
How should we think about the relationship between race and class on the left? As Christina Heatherton reminds us in this series of reflections on David Roediger's new book Class, Race, and Marxism the point is not to be right, but to get free.
A classic essay from one of America's pioneering historians of slavery and the US working-class.
Solidarity is a central concept in the left political lexicon, yet, as David Roediger shows in this extract from Class, Race and Marxism, solidarity is anything but simple and easy. See all our race and class reading here.