nonprofit industrial complex
What is the nonprofit industrial complex? How has it historically developed?
How does the nonprofit industrial complex interact and collaborate with the carceral system?
What impact does the nonprofit industrial complex have on social movements? How does it co-opt or suppress radical demands and operate as a means of wealth accumulation?
Myrl Beam, Gay, Inc.: The Nonprofitization of Queer Politics, “Neoliberalism, Nonprofitization, and Social Change”
Zhandarka Kurti and Jarrod Shanahan, “Carceral Non-Profits and the Limits of Prison Reform”
Sean Campbell, “Black Lives Matter Secretly Bought a $6 Million House”
Dylan Rodríguez, “The Political Logic of the Non-Profit Industrial Complex”
Paul Kivel, “Social Service or Social Change?”
Ruth Wilson Gilmore, “In the Shadow of the Shadow State”
Sidra-Morgan Montoya, “Nonprofit Industrial Complex 101: A Primer on How It Upholds Inequality and Flattens Resistance”
Sam Collings-Wells, “From Black Power to Broken Windows: Liberal Philanthropy and the Carceral State”
Elizabeth Whalley and Colleen Hackett, “Carceral Feminisms: The Abolitionist Project and Undoing Dominant Feminisms”
Erica West, “Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex”
Ana Clarissa Rojas Durazo, INCITE! The Revolution Will Not Be Funded: Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex, “‘We Were Never Meant to Survive’: Fighting Violence Against Women and the Fourth World War”
Andrea Smith, The Global Industrial Complex: Systems of Domination, “The Revolution Will Not Be Funded: The Nonprofit Industrial Complex”
Claire Dunning, Nonprofit Neighborhoods: An Urban History of Inequality and the American State, "The Grantees"
Claire Dunning, Nonprofit Neighborhoods: An Urban History of Inequality and the American State, "The Partners"
Claire Dunning, Nonprofit Neighborhoods: An Urban History of Inequality and the American State, "The Coalitions"