by Omar Zahzah

Skins of Columbus: A Dream Ethnography – Edgar Garcia

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Garcia upends the distinction between diurnal intellection and nocturnal visions and free-association.

That Hair – Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida

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Narrator Mila’s story — or stories — of her hair, the different phases of treatments, evolving senses of attachment, dissociation, indifference, and reinvigoration concerning her hair, are naturally diminutive allegories for a larger postcolonial existential journey.

Race After Technology – Ruha Benjamin

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If racism is being “retooled,” then so too must the abolitionist imaginaries dedicated to a society and world free of carceral and police violence.