New transcriptions of Geographies of Racial Capitalism by Ruth Wilson Gilmore and A View From Federal Hill Revisited by David Harvey have just been added to the mapping.capital website. As part of a new resource series, these transcriptions are provided to make the content of the videos more accessible and to provide additional context for the topics discussed in the videos.
In Geographies of Racial Capitalism by Ruth Wilson Gilmore discusses the complexities of racial capitalism, mass incarceration, place-based struggle and the emergence of abolition geography. A View From Federal Hill Revisited by David Harvey explores uneven geographies of investment and disinvestment apparent in Baltimore city.
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