Download this free Ebook of essays written by US activists, organisers and state violence survivors. The collection both testifies to and analyses police violence against Black, Brown, Indigenous and other marginalised communities.
Amsterdam’s art centre De Appel is releasing PDF sections of a forthcoming book dedicated to the work of Audre Lorde, Dream of Europe: selected seminars and interviews: 1984 – 1992, to be published by Kenning Editions. It features interviews with Lorde conducted while living and working in Berlin, as well as a selection of her poetry.
Muhammad Ali was not only a supreme athlete – an uncanny blend of power, improvisation and velocity – but also a courageous exemplar and symbol of racial pride. In this hilarious clip from 1971, he talks about his perception of racial issues as a kid chatting to his mother.
This talk (which begins 13 minutes in) is an analysis of the weaponisation of temporal punishment as an instrument of social control, and the rhythm and tempo set by living in a debt economy. It concludes with a meditation on the relationship between temporality and poetry, suggesting that rhythm in poetry is a time-keeper of revolution.
Track of the Day
Þú sefur alveg til hádegis
Þú deyrð en lifnar við
Laufblöðin breyta um lit
Þú finnur til - ferð á fætur
Íklæddur regnkápu – þú heldur út í skammdegið
Þú rífur úr hjartarætur sem þú treður á
Með hendur í vösum, með nóg kominn
Í votu grasinu geng þangað til
Það skín á mig í gegnum trjágreinar
Lít upp og lifna við – laufblöðin breyta um lit
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