A Year into Rigorous Political Study

I’ve spent the better part of this past week trying to think about how I could frame what the last year has meant for my political education and praxis. I’ve thought about the readings I’ve done, the comrades I’ve met and actions I’ve worked on, and the constant discussions taking place in my apartment or virtually. But what remains a through-line, what has ultimately become central to my approach is this: my care and love of

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