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How We Fight White Supremacy
- A Field Guide to Black Resistance
- Lu par : Jeanette Illidge, Vallea Woodbury, Je Nie Fleming, Janina Edwards, Danielle Deadwyler, Brad Raymond, Saundi Harrison, Neal Ghant, Brad Sanders, Jonathan Myles, Devanté Johnson, Marque Denmon
- Durée : 10 h et 32 min
- Catégories : Sciences sociales et politiques, Politique et gouvernement
This celebration of Black resistance, from protests to art to sermons to joy, offers a blueprint for the fight for freedom and justice - and ideas for how each of us can contribute.
Many of us are facing unprecedented attacks on our democracy, our privacy, and our hard-won civil rights. If you're Black in the US, this is not new. As Colorlines editors Akiba Solomon and Kenrya Rankin show, Black Americans subvert and resist life-threatening forces as a matter of course. In this audiobook, leading organizers, artists, journalists, comedians, and filmmakers offer wisdom on how they fight white supremacy. It's a must-listen for anyone new to resistance work, and for the next generation of leaders building a better future.
Featuring contributions from:
- Ta-Nehisi Coates
- Tarana Burke
- Harry Belafonte
- Adrienne Maree Brown
- Alicia Garza
- Patrisse Khan-Cullors
- Reverend Dr. Valerie Bridgeman
- Kiese Laymon
- Jamilah Lemieux
- Robin D. G. Kelley
- Damon Young
- Michael Arceneaux
- Hanif Abdurraqib
- Dr. Yaba Blay
- Diamond Stingily
- Amanda Seales
- Imani Perry
- Denene Millner
- Kierna Mayo
- John Jennings
- Dr. Joy Harden Bradford
- Tongo Eisen-Martin
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"A timely and important work to support, educate, nourish, and sustain us all in resisting the lethal effects of white supremacy." (Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor Law, Columbia Law School and University of California, Los Angeles)
"How We Fight White Supremacy is a brilliant, beautiful, and politically urgent text. This carefully curated collection masterfully explores the nuances, contours, and contradictions of a world in which Whiteness continues to define our social reality. Moving beyond rigid analysis or self-indulgent storytelling, this book offers us an impressive range of academic, political, and personal takes on White supremacy. More importantly, the book gives us permission to dream, think, organize, and struggle for a world outside of it." (Marc Lamont Hill, author of Nobody: Casualties of America's War on the Vulnerable from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond)
"How We Fight White Supremacy is the primer America needs right now! White supremacy is hardly new, but each generation needs to be reminded of the strategies of resistance and resilience that have made African American struggle so powerful and effective. Every American who cares about protecting the future of our country against the inhumanity of racist oppression should read this book today!" (Michael Eric Dyson, New York Times best-selling author of What Truth Sounds Like)
Ce que les auditeurs disent de How We Fight White Supremacy
A holistic challenge white supremacy
I appreciate this book for bringing together so many diverse voices and perspectives detailing how to resist and challenge white supremacy on all levels
- The Alchemist
... despite being in a space to embrace everything I can find around CRT, I think this book is so well-written and some well-conceived in the diaspora of Black experience that it is accessible by any independent 16 year old and beyond. A river of work addressing a question with many tributaries to engage and fight. No one right answer or best way but it is clear that the dismantling will occur from all fronts. Personally the pieces around Black Liberation Theology have me re-examing my struggle with the church and community I grew up in and how to help others reclaim an authentic liberation experience. Great read....
Inspiring & entertaining.
I really enjoyed this audiobook. At times it felt heavy and other times funny, but was always entertaining. Overall, it was uplifting and makes me feel hopeful.
- Felicia White-Meyers
This was wonderful. I will read this again and again. This was written by and for black people.