What We Are Reading | Issue No: 22

Suchitra Vijayan:

“As Black As Resistance makes the case for a new program of self-defense and transformative politics for Black Americans, one rooted in an anarchistic framework that the authors liken to the Black experience itself. This book argues against compromise and negotiation with intolerance. It is a manifesto for everyone who is ready to continue progressing towards liberation.”

As Black as Resistance, Finding the Conditions for Liberation by William C. Anderson (author); Zoé Samudzi (author); Mariame Kaba (foreword)

Race and the Making of American Political Science by Jessica Blatt

The Importance of being uncivil Wherever there’s resistance to injustice and inequality, the powers that be ask us to act in a civil manner. Nancy Welch asks why in the world we should.

Dystopian Times of Rashtria by Brainded India /Appupen 

An archive of old newspaper comic strips from #Rashtria. The artists are of course, all dead now. #dystopiantimes

‘Appupen/Brainded India’

Asim Rafiqui

“The Real News Is The Fake News!



“Neoliberalism’s Unthinking Progeny”




“Stuart Hall’s Prophetic Voice”




“The Privilege of Yoga”




“My Tired, Poor, and Hungry Brother”




“The Trifecta”




“The Nefariousness of NAFTA”




“Oil, Oligarchy, And A Cold-Blooded Murder Or Walter Rodney’s Lasting Legacy”



Don’t forget to follow photographer Nida Mehboob’s work on the Ahmadiyya community in Pakistan on our Instagram. You also can see Ema Anis’s work on gated communities in Pakistan. Our Violence Lab’s work on Lynching in India and our recent podcast with Anna Feigenbaum, author of Tear Gas 

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