How should we view and respond to concerns about the
devolution of democracy and resurgence of racism and
xenophobia currently manifesting in the U.S. and globally?
“There is a sense that things are breaking down,” writes
Cyndi Suarez, “and the world no longer makes sense.”
But, she explains, what we are in fact experiencing are
the death throes of the dominant narratives undergirding
these systems—and this article offers five points toward
constructing new ones.
by Cyndi Suarez