Jared is a PhD Candidate in Political Science studying the political dynamics of contemporary antiracist behavior. More specifically, his dissertation attempts to offer an empirical account of how antiracism operates under neoliberal capitalism, focusing specifically on the ways in which neoliberal rationality conditions antiracist behaviors among white Americans who classify themselves as “liberal” Democrats. In so doing, he attempts to situate the concept of antiracism—and the persistence of racial inequality—in political economic, rather than attitudinal terms. Jared received his BA in Political Science from Louisiana State University, and his MA in Elections and Campaign Management from Fordham University.
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