INTERESTING LINK ARCHIVE (VOL.II)

Well, its been 6 months since my last post, and 2 years (!!) since my first post, and what better way to celebrate than a slew of new links!

Queen Mother Moore ya’ll.

An intro to Afro-Pessimism.

Physical law is alien intelligence’ just sounds provocative, doesn’t it?

Ya map racist. 

Black conservatism handled a bit more cordially than I would handle it.

This shit is creepy even though I know the high-powered far-right dream of very little else.

‘Irony often has a profoundly aristocratic cast. And you can never be sure that you have verified whether you are at the table or on the menu.’

Anonymity can’t save ya fascist ass, either.

This literally links to the Wikipedia page on the Reconstruction Era.

An interesting take on Milo’s defeat.

A venerable dialogue between bell hooks and Thich Nhat Hanh.

An incisive, unwavering critique of Cedric Robinson’s ‘Black Marxism’

A brilliant review by a coruscating intellectual friend of mine!

Albert Einstein’s ode to Socialism.

Helen Keller’s ode to socialist revolution.

Class struggle and intersectional identity politics compliment each other!

An illuminating take on bourgeois party structure in the U.S.

Zizek still ain’t shit.

A free philosophy course I took in the summer of 2014 that has profoundly influenced my own approach to philosophical mediation.

I’m doing this tonight.

woot woot!

Interesting Link Archive (Vol.1)

Over the last year or so, I’ve been gathering a list of links I’ve ran across online. The links range in theme, with articles and videos on Black liberation, alternative news sources, anarchism, creepy shit, cultural studies, fascism, Trans* liberation, U.S. imperialism, Marxism, nuclear catastrophe, environmental radicalism, radical jurisprudence, transformative organizing, veganism and how Slavoj Zizek aint shit.

I don’t know how many volumes this’ll be, but I’ll try to include 20 links in each volume. The links are embedded in a short description.

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Claiming Our Wins: a Movement 4 Black Lives living archive

Over the past few months, I’ve thought hard about what I want my next contribution to this space to feel like. The answer I came to is a living archive.

I want this space to be a collection of victories that the Movement 4 Black Lives has won.

My dream is for this collection of victories to sustain us, soothe us, enable us. Nourish and empower us.

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More to come….