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Michael McCann, Laboring for Civil Rights at the Intersection of Race and Class: Reconsidering the Legacy of A. Philip Randolph. Book in progress, solicited by Polity Press. Expected publication in 2023 Publications, Books Activism, African American, American, Class, Critical Theory, History, Labor, Race and Ethnicity
“From Identity Politics to Intersectional Solidarity: The Challenge of Rights-Based Social Movements.” In Handbook on Law and Social Movements. Ed Steven Boutcher, et al. Forthcoming 2021  Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters Activism, African American, Class, Grassroots, Justice, Labor, Litigation, Race and Ethnicity
Michael McCann, “Law and Social Movements: Old Themes and New Directions for Research.” Forthcoming in edited book on The Uses of Law by Social Movements, Julie Ringelheim, ed. 2020 Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters Activism, Civil Rights, Class, Comparative Law, Justice, Litigation, Social Welfare, West European
Michael McCann, “A. Philip Randolph: Radicalizing Rights at the Intersection of Race and Class,” in Melvin L. Rogers and Chip Turner, eds., African American Political Thought: A Collected History. Forthcoming, University of Chicago Press. 2020. Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters Activism, African American, Civil Rights, Class, Human Rights, Justice, Labor, Race and Ethnicity
Michael McCann, with George I. Lovell. Union by Law: Filipino American Labor Activists, Rights Radicalism, and Racial Capitalism. With George Lovell. University of Chicago Press. 512 pp. In cloth and paper, April, 2020.  Publications, Books Activism, Civil Rights, Class, Critical Theory, Human Rights, Labor, Political Economy, Race and Ethnicity
Michael McCann, “Listening for the Songs of Others: Insiders, Outsiders, and the Legal Marginalization of the Laboring Underclass in America.” In Mary Nell Trautner, ed., Insiders, Outsiders, Injuries, & Law: Revisiting "The Oven Bird’s Song." New York: Cambridge University Press. 2018 Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters Access and Inclusion, American, Civil Rights, Class, Culture, Labor, Law, Race and Ethnicity
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