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Foreword: All Roads Lead to Jackson
1. Build and Fight: The Program and Strategy of Cooperation Jackson
2. Toward Economic Democracy, Labor Self-management and Self-determination
Kali Akuno & Ajamu Nangwaya
3. The New Southern Strategy: The Politics of Self-determination in the South
4. The Jackson-Kush Plan: The Struggle for Black Self-determination and Economic Democracy
5. People's Assembly Overview: The Jackson People's Assembly Model
Kali Akuno for the New Afrikan People’s Organization and the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
6. The Jackson Rising Statement: Building the City of the Future Today
Kali Akuno for the Mayoral Administration of Chokwe Lumumba
7. Seek Ye First the Worker Self-management Kingdom: Toward the Solidarity Economy in Jackson, MS
8. Free the Land: An Interview with Chokwe Lumumba
9. Jackson Rising: An Electoral Battle Unleashes a Merger of Black Power, the Solidarity Economy and Wider Democracy
10. Jackson Rising: Black Millionaires Won’t Lift Us Up, But Cooperation and the Solidarity Economy Will
Bruce A Dixon
11. After Death of Radical Mayor, Mississippi’s Capital Wrestles with his Economic Vision
12. The Jackson Just Transition Plan: A Vision to Make Jackson a 'Sustainable City'
13. A Green Utopia in Mississippi?
14. Casting Shadows: Chokwe Lumumba and the Struggle for Racial Justice and Economic Democracy in Jackson, Mississippi
15. The Socialist Experiment: A New-Society Vision in Jackson, Mississippi
16. The Socialist Experiment: A New-Society Vision in Jackson, Mississippi
17. Why the Left Should Look to Jackson, Mississippi
18. The Jackson-Kush Plan: The Struggle for Land and Housing
19. The City as Liberated Zone: The Promise of Jackson’s People’s Assemblies
20. A Long and Strong History with Southern Roots
Jessica Gordon Nembhard
21. The Challenge of Building Urban Cooperatives in the South
Elandria Williams and Jazmine Walker
22. Coming Full Circle: The Intersection of Gender Justice and the Solidarity Economy
Sacajawea ('Saki') Hall interviewed by Thandisizwe Chimurenga
23. Home Isn’t Always Where the Hatred Is: There is Hope in Mississippi
24. Resist and Fight!
About the Contributors
Additional Readings and Documentation
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