Building the “Big Tent:” Collective Identity and Political Action in Contemporary Mutual Aid Organizing

Roskill, Olivia M.


  • At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States witnessed an explosion of mutual aid networks of an unprecedented magnitude. These networks came together in efforts to mitigate widespread inequality exacerbated by the pandemic. This surge suggests that mutual aid organizing is an emergent form of political action that warrants the attention of scholars. I aim to contribute to this gap in ... read more
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