Tag: Angela Davis

What to do with this knowledge?

Collagist/photographer/painter Lorna Simpson‘s work, Head on Ice #3, on the new edition of Angela Davis’ Women, Race & Class. (via Meanwhile) I handed in my thesis for my supervisor’s review last week, in which practically I have about two more stages to go before this doctoral journey of mine comes to an end. The manuscript, ready-bound […]

Hope in the collective

I just finished reading Angela Davis’ Freedom Is A Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement and I must say, what an eye-opening read. Most of my reads are enlightening in many ways, but this book — which is a collection of interviews, essays, and speeches from activist and icon of the […]