my classes this term
after two years of LEARNING, and not being in a formal insitution Urban Ecology: Power and Inequality Urban Planning and the Environment: Politics of Space Love and R[evol]ution: Black women’s Poetry Cine Documental Latinoamericano Pan Africanism and the Black Radical Tradition
VIA CAMPESINA →
For a woman to be a lesbian in a male-supremacist, capitalist, misogynist,...– Excerpt from [Lesbianism: an Act of Resistance by Cheryl Clarke] Found in the book by Cherríe Moraga, and Gloria Anzaldúa: This Bridge Called My Back: Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color. Watertown, MA: Persephone, 1981.
Pambana, Kenya 1982
“Pambana” (Kiswahili:”Kupambana”-“to struggle”) became the national call for change in 1982. Pambana was the title of an underground newspaper that fired the imagination of a whole new generation. Pambana set new standards in politics as well as in publishing and communication… The editorial in the first issue of Pambana is important as it deals mainly with the role of publishing in their...
Ingredients of Love →
guerrillamamamedicine: juniper glass How would you define love? bell hooks Love is a combination of six ingredients: care, commitment, knowledge, responsibility, respect and trust. I found that a lot of people just felt really confused about what love is, so I said, here, take these six ingredients and as you go about your life, you can ask: the action I’m taking, does it have these six...
”One day we must ask the question, ‘Why are there forty million poor...– And this is what really got Dr. MLK killed. (via black-culture) THIS (via killthemass) …anti-poverty, anti-war, pro-Black and Brown unity agenda (re: “beyond vietnam”)
EXISTENTIAL ANGST GAME STRESSFUL: Sex work →
marxandsparks: If we treat sex as a commodity for exchange we alienate ourselves from the poduct of that labour (in fact we make labour out of the act). i will not defend the right of any one to make commodities, but I will defend to the death any and all workers until we end capitalism and…
afrovisionary: Lemi Ghariokwu - artist of FELA KUTI Lps 1970`s stateside, this king of art is not as well known as he definitely should be. Slightly different than the afrovisionary narrative, his work does though include collage in a very unique sense and shows his ambition in ways that many artists fail. he is a hero.
Each tree had 56 oranges. If 8 slaves pick them equally, then how much would...– A math question on a test at a Georgia school (via iseriaqueen) Hey I have one.. If white people enslaved black people for 500 years and paid them nothing for their contribution to the country, how much does America owe Black Americans today? I’ll wait. (via howtobenoladarling) If white...