"I totally support the politics of coming out, but at the same time, I'm critical of the assumption that one's identity has to be the major driving force that determines one's politics."
For the final episode of our season, Angela Davis joins us to talk about how to keep pushing movements forward, why her incarceration was crucial in shaping her political journey, and why we must challenge the notion that there is only one important revolutionary struggle.
Angela's newest book, Abolition. Feminism. Now., is out now.
Click here to listen to our recent interview where the historian Hugh Ryan breaks down the queer history of The Women's House of Detention.
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