Monthly Archives: February 2014

My Weekly Frustration: Week 7, The Last Week of Discussion on Neoliberalism

I will begin by saying wow, what a powerful ending to our exploration of neoliberalism! We were assigned the introduction and chapters 4-5 of Jared Sexton’s, Amalgamation Schemes: Antiblackness and the Critique of Multiracialism. Sexton is a pretty awesome speaker, check out … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 6. Yeah Right, I’ll DEFINITELY Keep THIS One Brief…

My mind went ALL OVER the place during these readings, and I am finding it hard to separate them in my head, which is creating general difficulty in doing so in this medium. I’ll give it a shot: _Jasbir Puar_ … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: Week 5 -AKA- MORE on Imaginative Spaces

This week, we had to read a bit on Tiqqun, and a little aside about that particular reading. There are a couple of things I’d like to attend to stemming from our assigned readings. 1. Faadism (See Also, Facadism)– (Tiqqun, 25) … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration: That Time I Was Able to Express a Little Rage in a Classroom Setting.

Cheers to Black History Month, and to ALL of the struggle involved in its creation and continued preservation! With that in mind, I find this reflective post to be quite relevant to the current Black (and more general marginalized people … Continue reading

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Black Imperative: A Forum on Solidarity in the Age of Coalition

Originally posted on Out of Nowhere:
by Nicholas Brady and John Murillo III “Surrender to blackness.” A grammatical imperative. Grammatical because syntactically it marks a command to or demand of a generalized addressee: “(Everyone) surrender to blackness.” Grammatical because the…

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