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Regimes of Antiblackness
The first grade teacher posts on facebook that she thinks of her students as “future criminals.” We must connect the birth industry to the prison industry.  The machine that degrades and denies and eviscerates reproductive justice to the machine that incarcerates.  Womb to tomb all over again.

Regimes of Antiblackness

The first grade teacher posts on facebook that she thinks of her students as “future criminals.” We must connect the birth industry to the prison industry.  The machine that degrades and denies and eviscerates reproductive justice to the machine that incarcerates.  Womb to tomb all over again.

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Dr. Hortense Spillers - Toward an Ontology: Black Women and the Republic

A Litany For Survival: the Life and Work of Audre Lorde Trailer -TWN

Sisters in the Struggle: Dionne Brand & Ginny Stikeman, 1991

Hidden Herstories: Claudia Jones

U2 & Mary J. Blige - One (Benefit after Hurricane Katrina - Re: Daphne Brooks)

Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe: An American Grammar Book

I am a marked woman, but not everybody knows my name.  ‘Peaches’ and ‘Brown Sugar,” ‘Sapphire’ and ‘Earth Mother,’  ‘Aunty,’ ‘Granny,’ ‘God’s Holy Fool,’ a ‘Miss Ebony First,’ or ‘Black Woman at the Podium’: I describe a locus of confounded identities, a meeting ground of investments and privations in the national treasury of rhetorical wealth.  My country needs me and if I were not here, I would have to be invented” (Hortense Spillers 203).

A Place of Rage - Trailer (Pratibha Parmar)

Freedom Now Suite - Max Roach & Abbey Lincoln

Sweet Honey in the Rock,”Stranger” at NPR

Shirley Chisholm ‘72: Unbought and Unbossed

Nina Simone, Four Women