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This book argues that we must envision social transformation and racial justice through a global lens. After all, the end of the United States as a preeminent global power will happen at the same moment it ceases to be a majority white society. How will the intersection between the two factors unfold? Will the United States embrace minority rule, with voter disenfranchisement enforced by reactionary courts and armed vigilantes? Or will we see a reinvigoration of movements capable of unraveling the knot of anti-Blackness and settler colonialism, and dedicated to allowing other nations to live free from interference? This book argues that past moments of interethnic internationalism offer vital lessons. Most critically, it has revisited multiple mobilizations that demonstrate that Black, Indigenous, Latino/a, and Asian people can act as protagonists, not simply in our own singular histories but in our shared struggles as well.

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