1 See, e.g., K. Sabeel Rahman, Fix America by Undoing Decades of Privatization, Atlantic (Oct. 11, 2020), https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/10/public-infrastructure-civil-rights/616671 [https://perma.cc/3BE7-XT3X] (“Any 21st-century civil-rights and economic agenda must involve a massive shift in our public investments. The human cost of the failure to invest in these crucial social goods falls disproportionately on Black and brown communities.”).
2 See Robin D. G. Kelley, What Does Black Lives Matter Want?, Bos. Rev. (Aug. 17, 2016), http://bostonreview.net/books-ideas/robin-d-g-kelley-movement-black-lives-vision [https://perma.cc/ WED2-PU7U] (describing the demands of the Movement for Black Lives coalition); Syreeta McFadden, Black Lives Matter Just Entered Its Next Phase, Atlantic (Sept. 3, 2020), https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2020/09/black-lives-matter-just-entered-its-next-phase/615952 [https://perma.cc/8SMK-WCEQ] (“[T]he Movement for Black Lives presented a robust 2020 platform, connecting the dots among issues of policing, reproductive justice, housing, climate change, immigration, and disabled and trans rights.”).