Ndindi Kitonga

Ndindi Kitonga is a Kenyan-American revolutionary educator and a long-time organizer and activist in Los Angeles who has written on revolutionary critical pedagogy and democratic education.

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Ndindi Kitonga

“At the River I Stand” and the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike: Race, Class, and the Struggle for Dignity

Comments at a showing For Black History Month by the LA chapter, International Marxist-Humanist Organization, of “At the River I Stand,” a documentary on the 1968 Memphis sanitation strike. Photo by E…

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Comments at a showing For Black History Month by the LA chapter, International Marxist-Humanist Organization, of “At the River I Stand,” a documentary on the 1968 Memphis sanitation strike. Photo by Ernest Withers of March 28 demonstration — Editors

Kevin B. Anderson,
Ndindi Kitonga,
Lilia D. Monzó,
Valencia Rivera

LA Strike: Self-Mobilization of Teachers and Communities

The massive and partially victorious LA teachers’ strike showed a new teacher militancy, widespread community participation especially in Latinx neighborhoods, and new issues brought to the fore by th…

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The massive and partially victorious LA teachers’ strike showed a new teacher militancy, widespread community participation especially in Latinx neighborhoods, and new issues brought to the fore by this historic confrontation between labor and the power structure — EditorsBy Ndindi Kitonga; Lilia Monzo; Valencia Rivera; Kevin B. Anderson

Ndindi Kitonga

Race, Capitalism, and Resistance in the United States

Summary: Based on a talk at the panel on “Revitalizing Revolutionary Theory and Practice,” Loyola University July 13, 2018, sponsored by Loyola University and the International Marxist-Humanist Organi…

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Summary: Based on a talk at the panel on “Revitalizing Revolutionary Theory and Practice,” Loyola University July 13, 2018, sponsored by Loyola University and the International Marxist-Humanist Organization — Editors