About Volume 24, Number 1


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Volume 24, Number 1, Racial Capitalism

SCIENCE FOR THE PEOPLE is dedicated to building and promoting social movements and political struggles around progressive and radical perspectives on science and society. We are workers, educators, and students in science, technology, engineering, and related fields committed to the democratic practice of science for the benefit of humanity and the planet.

SCIENCE FOR THE PEOPLE ELECTED OFFICERS

MANAGING EDITOR: Camille Rullán
PUBLISHER: Bennett McIntosh
SECRETARY: Katherine Bryant
TREASURER: Erik Hetzner

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE

ACQUISITIONS EDITOR: Erik Wallenberg
EDITORS AT LARGE: Alexandra Adams, Connie Shui-Yi Chow, Emily Glaser, Nafis Hasan, Manu Raghavan
TECHNICAL EDITING LEAD: Matthew Moss
PROOFREADING LEAD: Erik Hetzner
WEB EDITORS: Stephan Cho, Eric Jett, Ben Wolfson
SOCIAL MEDIA: Ben Cox, Oliver Hundahl

ART EDITORS
Andres Chang
Matteo Farinella
Jake Thrasher
LM White

DESIGNER
Catherine Burke

EDITORS
Aditi Bansal
Katherine Bryant
Mark Colasurdo
Clifford D. Conner
Joy Crane
Ansar Fayyazuddin
Francesca Finocchiaro
J. Sebastián García Medina
Elliott Golden
Leanne Loo
Amanda Ivelisse Rodríguez León
Ed Romano
Esther Sánchez García
Tamara Estes Savage
Thuy Anh Tran
Amritha Varshini Hanasoge Somasundara
Dana HZ Williamson
Calvin Wu

TECHNICAL EDITORS
Marco Baity Jesi
Annamarie E. Bustion
Dante O’Hara
Rebecca Orrison
Lindsey Thurston
Marygrace Cajigan Trousdell

COPY EDITORS & PROOFREADERS
Trude Bennett
Nikki Blazek
Nadine Fattaleh
Sara Gutiérrez
Sharon Hartzell
Søren Hough
Matthew Ponsford
Sigrid Schmalzer
Carolyn Spadine
Eli Spector
Lisette E. Torres
Mara Freilich
Michelle Yuan

TRANSLATORS
David Costalago Meruelo
Michael Gasser
Joel-Javier Jenkins
Claudia Márquez
Salma Mohammed Omary
Graham Read
with the SftP Translation Working Group

SPECIAL THANKS TO
Nicole Leopardo

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