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The new global apartheid

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The recent articulation of multiple crises seems to have intensified and sped up a set of existing fractures and shifts in governance in the West as well as worldwide. Taking prompts from the events, so far, of 2020 -including increased inequality, public health emergencies, and innovations in data management—this presentation takes a narrative approach to ask: How might some of humanity live the global architecture of racism 5 years in the future?

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