Queer Diaspora: The New Revolutionary Class?

Without life and labor realities of migrants and queers, the contemporary European working class would be quite different, and – as much as Europe as a whole – it would probably be much weaker, too. Starting from their personal experiences as queer People of Color living in Europe, and as communists, Tarek Shukrallah and Mala Badi analyze and discuss issues of intersectional solidarity within the global working class and struggles for recognition and redistribution. Refugees and other diasporic citizens are a great part of Europe’s working class, but however, racism and queer realities are often still ignored and unheard. How can class struggle be both: revolutionary and intersectional?

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