From Ecuador, Perú, Chile, Colombia, and Bolivia, Marcena Gómez-Barris describes “submerged perspectives,” the decolonial ways of knowing that unsettle colonial relationships to land and the forms of violence they reproduce.
To tell the stories of a blackqueer heartbreak and forestalled nostalgia provoked by the Disney Channel is to draw energy from a ghosting of severed connections, an otherwise movement of unnamed but present intimacies
In response to vengeful threats from the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, a coalition of public officials, artists, activists, formerly incarcerated people, and crime survivors calls to maintain the planned release of former Black Panther Herman Bell.
When we talk about rape as a culture, there’s a lot we don’t know how to say. Katie J. M. Baker, Victoria Campbell, Ragna Rök Jóns, Doreen St. Félix, Brenton Stokes, and Sarah Nicole Prickett discuss. Originally published April 29, 2015, in Adult. Re-presented here with a new introduction by Ana Cecilia Alvarez.