When you really stop and think about it, it’s wild how common it is in the US to graduate college or art school with thousands of dollars of debt. While I’m fortunate to be in a better position than many of my peers, it’s likely I’ll be paying my undergrad alma mater back until I die or mysteriously win the lottery. (Oberlin, you can count on the former.)
Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay
, a new text by the Debt Collective, picks apart how we got here and what we might be able to do to shift this dystopian reality. Check out Alexis Clements’s insightful review
of their case for “economic disobedience.”
And if you’re observing Yom Kippur, g’mar chatima tovah.
– Dessane Lopez Cassell, Editor, Reviews