“The seeds have been planted by a thousand outrages, and that they would sprout has always been a question of when, not if,” Jaffe writes. “It is not just inequality in income or wealth that is setting off protests in the streets, either; it’s the whole set of other inequalities that come alongside them …. As South Bronx activist Mychal Johnson told me, it’s the air we breathe: it’s about power, it’s about inclusion, it’s about access, and it’s about who counts as a person.”

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