This database is a collection of resources recommended and/or authored by Portal Project and Maroon University participants.
Learn about the research, histories and work within our three main Portal Project entry points: abolition, economic democracy and climate justice. Why these three areas? These are key flashpoints of struggle, protest, agitation and change. They are not all-inclusive but they represent pivotal planks of social justice agendas coming from multiple communities and parts of the country.
Beyond the three main content areas, the resource archive includes additional social justice themes. You can also search the archive for resources that relate to black queer feminism, settler colonialism, the state and electoral politics, racism and white supremacy, and disability justice.
What is the history and evolution of abolitionist movements? How do we build an abolitionist society?
Economic Democracy Resources
What is the relationship between the state, the economy and economic change?
Black Queer Feminism