a Black woman wearing a surgical mask holds her fist in the air at the front of a column of protesters

We Still Here: Pandemic, Policing, Protest, and Possibility

by Marc Lamont Hill Author, Frank Barat Editor and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Author

In this timely collection of interviews and essays, Marc Lamont Hill talks to some of the foremost thinkers on police abolition and racial justice to chart a path forward after the protests of 2020. Almost two years since George Floyd was murdered and millions took to the streets, and more than two years into the pandemic, the recent past has revealed the deep inequities in American society and shown many millions more that a better future is possible. In this exploration of the perils and possibilities of this moment, and the conditions that led us to it, Hill helps to imagine an abolitionist future amidst our current unprecedented circumstances. A must read for any student of racial history, and anyone seeking to better grasp the present that confronts us.

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