Before Kendi’s brand of anti-racism fades into the history books, we should remember why it became popular in the first place. Kendi gave us the professional-class solution to inequality: acknowledge its existence, renounce it rhetorically, then continue on in much the same way as you did before.
On the psycho-sexual cartography of PMC feminism.
The new culture of sobriety is deeply complementary to the joyless, achievement-oriented, toxic positivity of the neoliberal age.
You don't notice, and you don't notice that you don't notice, and you don't bring it up.
A review of Catherine Liu’s Virtue Hoarders.
“Minority unions” could be a fruitful path forward at a nadir of labor’s power, but their lack of focus on traditional workplace demands speaks to a worrying professional-managerial class orientation within these pressure groups.
The precarious Professional-Managerial Class attempts to solve political problems through the futile mental gymnastics of identity politics.