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Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement by
Call Number: JC571 .D3343 2016
Publication Date: 2016-02-09
Reflecting on the importance of black feminism, intersectionality, and prison abolitionism for today's struggles, Davis discusses the legacies of previous liberation struggles, from the Black Freedom Movement to the South African anti-Apartheid movement. She highlights connections and analyzes today's struggles against state terror, from Ferguson to Palestine. Facing a world of outrageous injustice, Davis challenges us to imagine and build "the movement for human liberation." And in doing so, she reminds us that "Freedom is a constant struggle."
Radical Dharma by
Publication Date: 2016-06-14
Igniting a long-overdue dialogue about how the legacy of racial injustice and white supremacy plays out in society at large and Buddhist communities in particular, this urgent call to action outlines a new dharma that takes into account the ways that racism and privilege prevent our collective awakening. The authors traveled around the country to spark an open conversation that brings together the Black prophetic tradition and the wisdom of the Dharma. Bridging the world of spirit and activism, they urge a compassionate response to the systemic, state-sanctioned violence and oppression that has persisted against black people since the slave era. With national attention focused on the recent killings of unarmed black citizens and the response of the Black-centered liberation groups such as Black Lives Matter, Radical Dharma demonstrates how social transformation and personal, spiritual liberation must be articulated and inextricably linked.
Turn This World Inside Out by
Publication Date: 2019-06-18
As Nora Samaran writes, 'violence is nurturance turned backwards.' In its place, she proposes 'nurturance culture' as the opposite of rape culture, suggesting that models of care and accountability - different from 'call-outs' rooted in the politics of guilt - can move toward dismantling systems of dominance and oppression.
when they call you a terrorist by
Call Number: E185.97.K43 A3 2018
Publication Date: 2018-01-16
A poetic and powerful memoir about what it means to be a Black woman in America--and the co-founding of a movement that demands justice for all in the land of the free. Raised by a single mother in an impoverished neighborhood in Los Angeles, Patrisse Khan-Cullors experienced firsthand the prejudice and persecution Black Americans endure at the hands of law enforcement.
When They Call You a Terroristis Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele's reflection on humanity. It is an empowering account of survival, strength and resilience and a call to action to change the culture that declares innocent Black life expendable.