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Read to Resist: Weeks 56-58

We at C&R and at Pangea World Theater believe that cultural resistance to the profound violence around us (economic, military, racial, sexual etc) is imperative. Context, analysis and critical thinking are key elements to resisting injustice, as is the art that inspires, delights  and pushes us towards empathy and the creation of more humane and … Continue reading “Read to Resist: Weeks 56-58”

“Settler colonialism always operates through regimes of racial capitalism”: An Interview with Robin D.G. Kelley

By Ismail Khalidi, May 20, 2021 I had the pleasure of being able to chat with the renowned scholar Robin D.G. Kelley this week to get his thoughts on history, hope and revolution for Call & Response. We delved into the question of Palestine, Black Lives Matter and much more.  Among Kelley’s books are Africa … Continue reading ““Settler colonialism always operates through regimes of racial capitalism”: An Interview with Robin D.G. Kelley”

Read to Resist: Weeks 53 & 54

Whether you’re sheltering in place or marching in the streets; creating art or teaching;  parenting or healing, we urge you to read up and spread knowledge and solidarity to those around you. 

Read to Resist: Weeks 51 & 52

Read to Resist is a curated bi-weekly reading/viewing/listening list to give us some of that context and inspiration. So whether you’re sheltering in place or marching in the streets; creating art or teaching;  parenting or healing, we urge you to read up and spread knowledge and solidarity to those around you.  

Read to Resist: Weeks 48, 49, & 50

Whether you’re sheltering in place or marching in the streets; creating art or teaching;  parenting or healing, we urge you to read up and spread knowledge and solidarity to those around you.

Read to Resist: Weeks 46 & 47

Context, analysis and critical thinking are key elements to resisting injustice, as is the art that inspires, delights and pushes us towards empathy and the creation of more humane and sustainable models for our communities and environment.

Read to Resist: Weeks 44 & 45

Read to Resist is a curated bi-weekly reading/viewing/listening list to give us some of that context and inspiration. So whether you’re sheltering in place or marching in the streets; creating art or teaching; parenting or healing, we urge you to read up and spread knowledge and solidarity to those around you.

Read to Resist: Weeks 42 & 43

Whether you’re sheltering in place or marching in the streets; creating art or teaching; parenting or healing, we urge you to read up and spread knowledge and solidarity to those around you.

Read to Resist: Weeks 40 & 41

Context, analysis and critical thinking are key elements to resisting injustice, as is the art that inspires, delights and pushes us towards empathy and the creation of more humane and sustainable models for our communities and environment.

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