An Unpause-ish Statement
An ACME Editorial
What is critical geography, and what can, and must, it be? As a journal that embraces radical visions for the field, we embrace this question again and again. Now we write to announce a renewed vision for ACME that brings the journal into conversation with broader publics and further defines and advances our scholarly and activist commitments.
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