Antiracism Inc.: why the way we talk about racial justice matters / edited by Felice Blake, Paula Ioanide, and Alison Reed.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • [Goleta, California]: Punctum Books, 2019.
  • ©2019
Description
378 pages ; 21 cm

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Place of publication from www.punctumbooks.com/contact/
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-368) and index.
Contents
Antiracism Incorporated / Felice Blake and Paula Ioanide -- Poetic knowledge: on why art matters to Antiracism Inc. / Alison Reed. Part I. Working politics. graffiti hanging gently in an art museum / Daniel Hershel Silber-Baker ; A wider type of freedom / Daniel Martinez HoSang -; Trump 2016 / Jari Bradley ; Defensive appropriations / Paula Ioanide ; the white supremacy waiting game / Daniel Hershel Silber-Baker ; Antiracism works: interview with Diana Zuñiga / Felice Blake -- Part II. Educational strategies: The Good One / Dahlak Brathwaite ; Gentrifying disciplines: the institutional management of trauma and creative dissent / Alison Reed ; After my uncle elbowed a soldier in the face on the beach of Pulau Bidong / Sophia Terazawa ; Wicked problems and intersectionality telephone / Barbara Tomlinson -- Part III. Cultural productions: Pleasure as an imperative (for Black femmes) in 5 acts / Ebony P. Donnley ; How does cultural criticism "work" in the age of Antiracist Incorporation? / Felice Blake ; If a tree falls in the forest / Daniel Hershel Silber-Baker -- Nahenahe: the sound of Kanaka Maoli refusal / Kevin Fellezs ; Gangland Wonderama / YDS-- Part IV. Racial justice praxis: This is just to say / Dubian Ade ; The logic of "illogical" opposition: tools and tactics for tough times / George Lipsitz ; Akira / Colin Masashi Ehara ; Provisional strategies for decolonizing consciousness / Phia S. Salter and Glenn Adams ; November 5, 2016 / Corinne Contreras ; Our city, our solutions: interview with Gaby Hernandez and Marissa Garcia of PODER / Alison Reed ; Contested language of freedom / Daniel Hershel Silber-Baker.
Other title(s)
Why the way we talk about racial justice matters
ISBN
  • 9781950192236 ((paperback))
  • 1950192237 ((paperback))
LCCN
2019937769
OCLC
1103578199
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