Posts Tagged ‘ Fred Moten ’

Suné Woods | Fred Moten | James Gordon Williams: “You are mine. I see now, I’m a have to let you go.” on Vimeo

Zeitgeist Spam: Apply this to any number of current crises, and there are a shit ton of them

“The coalition emerges out of your recognition that it’s fucked up for you, in the same way that we’ve already recognized that it’s fucked up for us. I don’t need your help. I just need you to recognize that this shit is killing you, too, however much more softly, you stupid motherfucker, you know?” – Fred Moten

Source: Zeitgeist Spam: Apply this to any number of current crises, and there are a shit ton of them

MerriCatherine is creating Fourth World Strategy | Patreon

So, what do you propose? To destroy the biggest threat to humanity, America, we need to unite regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, age, level of able-bodied/mindedness, and work together to decolonize our movement— to move beyond our dependence on white academia predominantly sold to us at “higher education”, and into theory brought to us from subaltern populations here. What does this mean for the makeup of the movement? There is no room for racists. There is no room for dogmatism. There is only room for absolute autonomy of an oppressed peoples. Tactics? We need to identify these populations, and listen to what they need, what they want, and the means they seek to achieve it. Then, we need to call upon consensus. Consent. That is the program I am campaigning for.

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And with this, I’d like to introduce what I’ll be calling low-end theory [see essay on poet-scholar Fred Moten’s subversive black-studies scholarship, The Low End Theory at https://www.harvardmagazine
.com/2018/01/fred-moten-black-and-blur] for the time being, a combination of inner-circle Leftist critiques, long-form autobiographical experiences as a radical activist, as well as the translation of obscurist academic literature into vernacular and access to revolutionary tactics otherwise mystified beneath personality cults, sectarianism, and other noisy distractions. And as always, I want to answer questions people have.

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The Poet’s Voice: Bhanu Kapil & Fred Moten | Woodberry Poetry Room – introduced by Jackie Wang

An Interview with Fred Moten, Pt. II ‹ Literary Hub

An Interview with Fred Moten, Pt. II ‹ Literary Hub.

Work This Thing | Boston Review

Tintype by Kari Orvik

Work This Thing | Boston Review.

The Poet’s Voice: Bhanu Kapil & Fred Moten | Woodberry Poetry Room

Reading Moten in the Cherry Orchard: A Blog of Daily Life and Forms. | Was Jack Kerouac a Punjabi?

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http://jackkerouacispunjabi.blogspot.com/2015/05/study-group-for-criminals.html

Graphic Novella by Rachel Blau DuPlessis| Xexoxial Editions

Graphic Novella | Xexoxial Editions.

Best of 2014: Best Poetry Books & Collections | ENTROPY

“Lucas de Lima’s stunning book affected me so profoundly at all the stages of reading it, encountering it—before it was a book and afterwards, when it was. In the work of this extraordinary writer, the fragment is not an activity of form. It’s an activity of evisceration.” — Bhanu Kapil

Best of 2014: Best Poetry Books & Collections | ENTROPY.