A Letter on the Uprising in New York
The point of all things should be their dissolution
A conversation between Ashon Crawley and Elleza Kelley
A conversation with K Agbebiyi, creator of the Disability Justice Mutual Aid Fund
The liberal attachment to previous movements as peaceful, nonviolent, and respectable obscures the historical efficacy of riots, blockades, and looting as legitimate forms of revolt.
Dennis Cooper’s The Sluts in the time of social distancing
An interview with Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
From Something That May Shock And Discredit You
An annotated lawsuit suing Harvard over its investments in companies that profit from prisons
Why, all across the globe, does everything that serves to preserve the tradition of the oppressed also serve to oppress COVID-19?
Zaina Alsous talks with Eli Meyerhoff about his book Beyond Education: Radical Studying for Another World.
Ruminations on the themes of McCoy Tyner’s life on the occasion of his passing
Reflections on cybernetics as an ideology of organized oblivion
An interview with Anna Wiener, author of Uncanny Valley, a memoir about the tech-bro universe’s notions of progress
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