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Of goosebumps and brokenness

THERE’S A CLINICALITY to this intense body of photographic work that repels your inner being and makes you want to turn away and then run away really quickly before you encounter the works in detail. 684 more words

Robyn Sassen

Frantz Fanon, Philosopher of the Barricades

by Peter Hudis

A series of recent exchanges between activists in the Black Lives Matter movement and those turning out to hear Bernie Sanders’s populist critique of corporate power have brought to the fore a persistent contradiction of U.S. 1,655 more words


Violence is man re-creating himself. – Frantz Fanon http://ift.tt/29tGyrG

Frantz Fanon

Black Skins, White Masks

This post is a response paper I wrote for a set of questions assigned by my professor for Philosophy 100: Meaning of Existence; the set of questions are now lost, however the paper still gives a broad overview of Frantz Fanon’s book  1,769 more words

Black Lives Matter

New Book: « Frantz Fanon: Figure emblématique du XXe siècle à l’épreuve du temps »

Éditions de l’Harmattan has just published Frantz Fanon: Figure emblématique du XXe siècle à l’épreuve du temps , edited by Maurice Amuri Mpala-Lutebele and Antoine Kongolo Tshitungu. 110 more words

New Books

Blind Idealism Is Reactionary

American artist and graphic designer Barbara Kruger is probably best known for her text-based art. You see her latest major work from New York city’s ever-popular High Line Park at West 22nd Street in Chelsea. 19 more words


“Write knowing that words change the world.”

Growing up, there were two constants in our home: books and politics. The first is simple because my family is made up of readers, albeit with vastly divergent tastes. 564 more words