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The Good Place: Chidi Anagonye and Colonialism

Huge spoilers for The Good Place. Just a heads up. Really you shouldn’t read this if you haven’t seen the show.

As is made explicitly clear within the show, the Good Place/Bad Place distinction is inherently an immoral system. 980 more words

Social Criticism

Frantz Fanon, Alienation and Freedom - translated collection of previously unpublished writings forthcoming from Bloomsbury

Frantz Fanon, Alienation and Freedom – forthcoming from Bloomsbury

Since the publication of The Wretched of the Earth in 1961, Fanon’s work has been deeply significant for generations of intellectuals and activists from the 60s to the present day.

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Change: Angazi, But I'm sure

I was still mulling over a conversation with Frantz Fanon which began a few years ago – about Black Skin, White Masks (1952) when the story of  H&Ms’  1,315 more words

Art - Stories

Happy Holidays to All!

No matter what part of the word you reside in, and no matter what holidays and traditions you celebrate, I wish everyone the best of seasons possible. 14 more words


"In the Wake: On Blackness and Being" by Christina Sharpe

Part memoir, part thesis, and part lyrical examination of what it means to be black in the 21st century, In The Wake is simply a great, great book. 480 more words

Book Review

Revolution will not be theorized #2: Denken over geweld verdeelt

Dit is  de tweede blog in de serie The revolution will not be theorized, waarin ik in de voetsporen van Albert Camus de relatie over theorie en… 1,356 more words