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Introduction: Born Under the Rising Sign of Social Justice

[Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang]

1. Against Prisons and the Pipeline to Them

[Crystal Laura]

2.Beginning and Ending with Black Suffering: A Meditation on and Against Racial Justice in Education

[Michael J. Dumas]

3. Refusing the University

[Sandy Grande]

4. Towards Justice as Ontology: Disability and the Question of (In)Difference

[Nirmala Erevelles]

5. Against Social Justice and The Limits of Diversity; or Black People and Freedom

[Rinaldo Walcott]

6.When Justice is a Lackey

[Leigh Patel]

7. The Revolution Has Begun

[Christi Belcourt]

8.Pedagogical Applications of Toward What Justice [Deanna Del Vecchio, Sam Spady, and Nisha Toomey]

About the Author

Eve Tuck is Associate Professor of Critical Race and Indigenous Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto. K. Wayne Yang is Associate Professor in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego.

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'What if justice were a collective improvisational practice and not a thing that we could seize and hold? What if justice were not simple nor simplistic, what if it were not an empty set nor an empty void? How would we then approach the possibility for doing, practicing, inhabiting the rubric and sign of social justice? In this volume, edited by Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang, justice as social is put to question. Theirs is a project that grounds contingency and incommensurability not as foreclosures but as openings to the very possibilities for collaborative work and practice. In this way, justice-social would not be a private property to be grasped and held and owned, settler logic, but would instead be a pursuit in the direction of a mode for relating, a practice of behavior, a way of life. Not a utopia but a restiveness and desire and drive that imagines the constant flow and force of unfolding otherwise possibility.'

-Ashon Crawley is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and African American and African Studies at the University of Virginia, USA

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