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Editors’ Introduction 

By Anastasia Ulanowicz, Zack Shaw, and Ayanni C. H. Cooper

It would certainly not be an overstatement to say that 2020 ranks as one of the most traumatic years in modern history. In the course of this painful year, we witnessed a deadly pandemic (and its gross mismanagement in nations such as the US); an international economic catastrophe unprecedented since the late 1920s; monumental and unchecked environmental devastation; and continued state-sponsored violence against immigrants, BIPOC, and queer people. Moreover, this year marked the increasing stronghold of nationalist authoritarian regimes, police states, and fascist populist movements throughout the globe—from Poland to India and from Nigeria to the United States.

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