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Editor Melanie E L Bush Foreword Robin D G Kelley Co editors Rose M Brewer Daniel Douglas Loretta Chin Robert Newby Series Editor Mohammad H TamdgidiRoderick Douglas Bush 1945 2013 was a scholar educator mentor activist and a loving human being In reflecting on his life well lived the contributors in Rod Bush Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation Love and Justiceshare insightful lessons from his life and works on how to effect liberation and radical social transformation in the everyday practices of scholarship teaching activism and personal interaction through a loving spirit dedicated to social justice Rod Bush was deeply convinced that Pan European racism is the Achilles' heel of the modern world system and the demographic situation of the United States with its large strategically located populations of color is a key locus of struggle for a just democratic and egalitarian world order This book shows by the example of Rod Bush how one can be the change through a commitment to everyday practices and personal transformations that embody enable embrace and engage global social changeThis an.
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The Movement for Black Lives and other struggles for dignity and justice gain increasing momentum Rod's life serves as an example providing many lessons that we can draw from and practice ourselves Rod consistently asserted that it is critical to recognize the historical leadership of those involved in struggles for Black Liberation and justice writ large For a vision for Black Lives is indeed a vision that benefits all humanityThe anthology is edited by Melanie E L Bush and co edited by Rose M Brewer Daniel Douglas Loretta Chin and Robert Newby Contributors include Robin D G Kelley Foreword Angelo Taiwo Bush Chriss Sneed Daniel Douglas Godfrey Vincent Matthew Birkhold Loretta Chin Latoya A Lee Tatiana Chichester A Kia Sinclair Mojbol Olufnk Okome Natalie P Byfield Komozi Woodard Bob Barber Rodney D Coates Charles Cappy Pinderhughes Jr James V Fenelon Walda Katz Fishman Jerome Scott Rose M Brewer Robert Newby Roderick D Bush and Melanie E L Bush The anthology is a volume XII 2019 in the Edited Collection Series of Human Architecture Journal of the Sociology of Self Knowledge edited by Mohammad H Tamdgidi.
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Thology provides deep reflections on the uestion of how one can live radical principles in contemporary times What does it mean to be human How does one embed love and justice in one's worldview and daily practice Rod Bush partner colleague teacher mentor comrade and friend was well known as an activist scholar who incorporated his values into his teaching mentorship and everyday interactions Therefore his theoretical interests and practical involvements in movements are intimately linked and simultaneousIn his foreword Robin D G Kelley shares his intimate views of Rod Bush's life and works In his view Rod's commitment to study and struggle in the service of human liberation knew no boundaries His vision was planetary He wrote critically and brilliantly about Black radical movements here and abroad and about the destructive power of racism colonialism capitalism the modern world system all with the goal of transforming a society based on exploitation subjugation and war into a society rooted in mutual benefit life and loveAt a historical moment when the political landscape is fraught with volatility and.