Edited by Saadia Toor and Shefali Chandra
This issue of WSQ explores the myriad conditions that compel competing groups to work together for political change.
Publication Date: 12-23-2014
Volume 42, Numbers 3–4, Fall/Winter 2014
Implicit in in the meaning of solidarity is a desire to critique authority and confront social justice with an understanding that this can only be done by making alliances across often painful social divisions. This issue of WSQ explores the ways in which communities engage in solidarity with each other.