Tag: neoliberalism

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www.thisiscolossal.com > Grace Ebert
A Remarkable Split-Screen Montage for Nike Juxtaposes Athletes in Synchronized Movement
22 apr. 2021 - “When things aren’t fair, we’ll come together for change.” That’s the message behind an impeccably edited video montage by Wieden + Kennedy. Created for Nike’s You Can’t Stop Us campaign, the split-screen compilation flows through 72 clips of individual athletes and teams from 24 different sports who run, flip, and dive across the screen, shifting from the court and the beach to the mat and the street in seamless movement.
 · art · black-struggle · neoliberalism · nike

www.commondreams.org > Adolph Reed
From Jenner to Dolezal: One Trans Good, the Other Not So Much
15 jun. 2015 - By far the most intellectually and politically interesting thing about the recent "exposé" of Spokane, WA, NAACP activist Rachel Dolezal’s racial status is the conundrum it has posed for racial identitarians who are also committed to defense of transgender identity.
 · black-struggle · capitalism · cultural-appropriation · essentialism · feminism · gender · identity · identity-politics · inequality · neoliberalism · trans-rights · whiteness

www.giga-hamburg.de > Merouan Mekouar
Beyond the Model Reform Image: Morocco’s Politics of Elite Co-Optation
1 jun. 2018 - Since coming to power in 1999, Morocco’s King Mohamed VI has strengthened his rule by reinforcing his father’s strategy of elite co-optation and ­rotation. However, after two decades of economic predation, the gradual waning of rent-distribution channels, and the lack of genuine democratisation, the king’s ­strategy of power consolidation may be running out of steam.
 · authoritarianism · corruption · elite-co-optation · human-rights · inequality · morocco · neoliberalism · privatization · rent-sharing · rule-of-law

www.eurozine.com > Evgeny Morozov
Digital socialism
21 feb. 2020 - The great social democratic achievements of the twentieth century were in institutional innovation. By engaging with the risks posed to democracy by Big Tech, social democracy can both revive this tradition and reimagine its role.
 · antitrust · artificial-intelligence · capitalism · digital-socialism · inequality · infrastructure · institutions · justice · liberalism · libraries · neoliberalism · regulation · solidarity