Whites, Jews and Us: Towards a Politics of Revolutionary Love, Houria Boulteldja
(Semiotext(e)/ Intervention Series), 2017, Paperback,152 pages
A scathing critique of the European Left from an indigenous anti-colonial perspective, reflecting on Frantz Fanon's political legacy, the republican pact, the Shoah, the creation of Israel, feminism, and the fate of postcolonial immigration in the West in the age of rising anti-immigrant populism. Drawing upon such prominent voices as James Baldwin, Malcolm X, and Jean Genet, she issues a polemical call for a militant anti-racism grounded in the concept of revolutionary love. Includes a foreword by Cornel West.