By Soyica Diggs Colbert
The subterranean nature of race manifests itself in discussions of the Trayvon Martin taking pictures that target his hoodie, an item of garments that any one can decide to put on, instead of targeting structural racism; in discussions of the epidemic proportions of incarcerated black and brown people who spotlight the individual’s negative selection making instead of the criminalization of blackness; in reviews of black independence struggles within the Caribbean and Africa that allege those activities have comprehensive little greater than making a black ruling type that mirrors the politics of its former white counterpart. Black Movements intervenes in those discussions through highlighting the ways that artists draw from the prior to create coherence approximately blackness in current and destiny worlds.
via an exploration of how that black hobbies create circuits connecting humans throughout house and time, Black Movements deals vital interventions into functionality, literary, diaspora, and African American studies.
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