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Holly Genovese

Holly Genovese is a writer, activist and PhD student in American Studies at UT Austin. Her work focuses on African American aesthetic resistance to incarceration in the American South. Her academic work has been published in Quaker Studies, Fabric, and Invisible No More: The African American Experience at the University of South Carolina. Her essays and criticism have been published in Teen Vogue, Jacobin, The Washington Post, Literary Hub, Electric Literature, Public Seminar, and The Chronicle of Higher Ed.

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Martin Luther King's Radicalism Would Not Be Celebrated Today

To honor King we should uphold his critiques of militarism, capitalism, and racism and remember him for what he was: a radical.

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