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Haymarket Books Apr 20
“You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. And you have to do it all the time.” —Angela Davis
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Transition Jul 14
Habitar Lugares Imaginados, a photo project from Transition 127 contributor Constanza Solórzano.
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A black girl's reading list: 10 books to inspire and challenge
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The Langston Hughes Review Jul 8
88-Year-Old Artist Faith Ringgold: "There Is Power in Ageing"
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Transition Jul 4
“If you’re in, eventually you’ll be out, and someone else will be in. It shouldn’t be binary like that. We are, we exist.” - Julie Dash
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Transition Jul 3
Subscribe to and read our most recent issue, "Afro-Latin America"
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"When I was young, people thought you were not so much wicked as sick, they gave up on you. My father didn’t think it was possible—he thought I’d get killed, get murdered. He said I was contesting the white man’s definitions, which was quite right." -James Baldwin
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Tsitsi Dangarembga Jul 1
To understand racism you need to understand power dynamics. To understand sexism you need to understand power dynamics. To understand poverty you need to understand power dynamics. To understand power dynamics you need to listen to and believe the stories of the powerless.
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Transition Jul 1
“Do the Right Thing” is grand, vital, and mournful; it is also, crucially, proud, a work not only of the agony of history—and of present-tense oppressions—but also of the historic cultural achievements of black Americans.”
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The Paris Review Jun 27
“No one works better out of anguish at all; that’s an incredible literary conceit.” —James Baldwin
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Mukoma Wa Ngugi Jun 24
Mabati Cornell Kiswahili Prize for African Writing call for submissions. Now in our 5th year! Thank you for supporting African languages.Special thanks to the main sponsor and to the publisher of the winning entries . Exciting announcements coming soon!
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The Indigo Press Jun 28
Happy publication day, ! This stunning new paperback edition of the for Political Fiction-longlisted Silence is My Mother Tongue is available now from all good bookshops, and directly on our web store:
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Ayanna Pressley Jun 27
“I’m no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept.” Angela Davis Louder for the folks in the back Ms. Davis
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The Sole Adventurer Jun 27
DAY 14: Raphael Adjetey Adjei Mayne (Ghana) His experience with the sewing machine and his use of Adinkra symbols results in unique mixed patchwork of African materials on canvas.
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Transition Jun 27
A first look at forthcoming Issue 127: Afro-Latin America Una primera mirada a la próxima edicion Transition 127: Afro-Latinoamérica
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Transition Jun 27
Una conversación importante con el colaborador Mijane Jiménez Salinas para la edición Transition 127: LAS MUJERES AFROMEXICANAS EXISTIMOS Y RESISTIMOS. - An important conversation with Transition 127 contributor Mijane Jiménez Salinas: AFROMEXICAN WOMEN EXIST & RESIST
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AfroFuturist Affair/Black Quantum Futurism Jun 25
Excited to have another article/art in the July/Aug edition of @thefunambulistmagazine on Political Imaginaries and Futurisms featuring: “The Nowness of Black Chronopolitical Imaginaries in the Afro/Retrofuture” by Rasheedah Phillips and artwork by |
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Transition Jun 25
To learn more about Transition Magazine, 127: Afro-Latin America, and previous issues, please visit: To subscribe, please visit:
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Black Youth Project Jun 24
“It seems that to be wrapped tightly underneath the Stars/Stripes of Old Glory, one must sacrifice something in their private life.” What are the sacrifices Black Masculinity makes when it is made to submit to white colonial Empire?" By: Donnie Moreland
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#WOMENSART Jun 24
Senior Womens's Collaborative painting 'Nganampa Ngura' Indigenous Australian artists Kunmanara Williamson and Wawiriya Burton
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