Tag Archives: Racism
Frantz Fanon Argues No “Being Through Others” for People of Color in 1952
“Sealed into that crushing objecthood, I turned beseechingly to others. Their attention was a liberation, running over my body suddenly abraded into nonbeing, endowing me once more with an agility that I had thought lost, and by taking me out of the world, restoring me to it.”
Watch Angela Davis and Nas Discuss the Prison-Industrial Complex
Davis and Nas partake in Lehigh University’s event: “The Incarcerated Justice Series: Civil Rights in the 21st Century.”
You Should Be Watching the Black Power Mixtape Right Now
Apparently, Netflix is good for more than just marathon sessions of “My Cat from Hell.”
Submits Your Papers! Strategies of Critique – Decolonizing Anti-Racism
You’ve got until January!
Watch: 2 Angela Davis Prison Interviews
Angela Davis discusses the importance of an armed black resistance and white supremacy in two separate interviews.
“Invisible Man,” Book On Being Black & Marxist, Banned
A board member noted they found “no literary value” in the black author’s account of racism in 1930s Harlem.
Listen: New Tapes Feature Dr. King at The New School in 1964
New tapes unveiled feature Dr. King in a question and answer session, addressing the Nation of Islam, poverty and affirmation action.
Fanon Doesn’t Think You Are An ‘Accidental Racist’
Getting critical about the Brad Paisley and LL Cool Jay hit.
Why Do Conservatives and Hate Groups Know So Much About Critical Theory?
Why are Anders Breivik and neo-Nazis obsessed with critical theory?