The politics of organising during the pandemic

Menon, Annapurna 2021. The politics of organising during the pandemic. Critical Studies on Security. 9 (2), pp. 150-154.

TitleThe politics of organising during the pandemic
TypeJournal article
AuthorsMenon, Annapurna

This article briefly discusses the two organising groups that I was a part of and their political transitions brought on by the pandemic. Drawing on my experience as a framework, the article provides a brief description of both the organisations and explicate the transitions. In the latter half of the article, I dwell upon the implications of this on organising and proceed to draw upon work of Black scholars and activists to argue for the breakdown of the contested binary of the personal and the political for an organising ethic based on solidarity.

JournalCritical Studies on Security
Journal citation9 (2), pp. 150-154
PublisherTaylor & Francis
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Published online03 Oct 2021
Page range1-5

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