Found from various places online:
- The Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
- Angela Y. Davis - Are Prisons Obsolete?
- Angela Y. Davis - Race, Women, and Class
- The Communist Manifesto - Marx and Engels
- Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde
- Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf
- Critical Race Theory: An Introduction by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
- The Black Image in the White Mind: Media and Race in America- Robert M. Entman and Andrew Rojecki
- Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism - bell hooks
- Feminism is for Everybody- bell hooks
- outlaw culture - bell hooks
- Faces at the Bottom of the Well - Derrick Bell
- Sex, Power, and Consent - Anastasia Powell
- I am Your Sister - Audre Lorde
- Patricia Hill Collins - Black Feminist Thought
- Gender Trouble - Judith Butler
- Four books by Frantz Fanon
- Their Eyes Were Watching God - Zora Neale Hurston
- Medical Apartheid - Harriet Washington
- Fear of a Queer Planet: Queer Politics and Social Theory - edited by Michael Warner
- Colonialism/Postcolonialism - Ania Loomba
- Discipline and Punish - Michel Foucault
- The Gloria Anzaldua Reader
- Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? by Mark Fisher
- This Bridge Called by Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color by Cherríe Moraga & Gloria Anzaldúa
- What is Cultural Studies? - John Storey
- Cultural Theory and Popular Culture - John Storey
- The Disability Studies Reader
- Michel Foucault - Interviews and Other Writings
- Michel Foucault - The History of Sexuality, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3
- Michel Foucault - The Archeology of Knowledge
(Sorry they aren’t organized very well.)
hella disappointed at J. Lo
Hundreds of people gather in a vigil to honour and remember Tina Fontaine and Faron Hall; both are first nations who were recently found deceased. Tina Fontaine was found in a bag in the river, murdered.
Media reports have come in saying that those marching have filled Portage and Main in Winnipeg.
We need to combat racism and prevent further violence and death to first nations people, but especially women. Canadians should not forget about this.
Anonymous said: Do you "hate" all white people?
can i phone a friend?
they say “yes.”
This white sasquatch needs to read a history book. Your people stole this land from Native Americans, this land is Native land and it will always be. You have the audacity to complain about the existence of black Americans in America when your people brought them here because whites were too fucking lazy to do their own labor. Then you have the audacity to call Black Americans lazy.
You don’t own America, you never will.
Go back to fucking Europe.
This is from a Vice’s documentary called The KKK vs. the Crips vs. Memphis City Council . Huge trigger warning, lots of white ignorance and narcissism.
For the people who claim racism no longer exists, this was documented in 2013.
saboramii said: Hola soy nico, i agree with your mexican independence post but would appreciate if you elaborated more on why you disagree with the "raza cosmica", porfis y gracias!
Hey Nico! Thank you for the ask.
"La raza cosmica" is a term that was coined by Jose Vasconcelos. It was a part of a utopian idea for a mexican society in which there would not be multiple races, but just one mexican race that would be the product of everyone mixing.
As well intended as it was, la raza cosmica is a term that erases the fact that there are many races in Mexico, and very different treatment and access that comes with that. If we believe the idea that we are this one race that is just super mixed, we ignore the fact that primarily afro, indigenous, and afro-indigenous communities face racism in Mexico.
It basically repeats the “we’re all human we all bleed red” argument that many white folks claim when we discuss issues of racism.