RESISTING DOMINATION: STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY WITH ANTI-COLONIAL RESISTANCE

As we come together we acknowledge there can be no safe spaces in a settler colonial nation state in a world under the control of institutionalized systems of domination which threaten the earth and all of it’s inhabitants. As a result of these systems we recognize continued and heightened attacks on indigenous sovereignty, cultures, and livelihoods worldwide and we seek to create confrontational spaces which challenge the normalization of white supremacist settler colonial violence.

“Against the Inclusion of Zionist Organizations In The People’s Climate March” by kat yang-stevens with contributions from Jonathan Sidney

AGAINST THE INCLUSION OF ZIONIST ORGANIZATIONS IN THE PEOPLE’S CLIMATE MARCH by kat yang-stevens with contributions from Jonathan Sidney The People’s Climate March, preemptively billed as “the biggest climate march in history”, will take place in NYC on Sunday, September 21st and will precede a UN Summit on Climate Change by two whole days. The…

REVISED EDITION: “On Anger, ‘Love Voices’, & ‘Divisiveness’ In Their Environmental Movement” by kat yang-stevens

This short essay posits that larger structures and forces work together to reinforce institutionalized forms of oppression, which in turn ensures continued commodification and destruction of the earth as well as the continued oppression and subjugation of Native, Black, and other migrant/diasporic/settler peoples of color. Environmental organizing spaces are often dominated by white people but it is Indigenous*,…

Featured Artist: Malik Thompson

  Malik Thompson is an eighteen year-old cis Black queer. He’s currently finishing his senior year of high school and looking forward to getting the hell out of his hometown, the swiftly gentrifying District of Corruption (Washington, DC). Into photography, writing, DJing, and theatre, Malik is constantly looking for ways to incorporate his art into…

“Cambio Starts With You: On Colonial Legacy, Anti-Black Racism & Identity in the Afro-Dominican/Caribbean Diaspora” by Crysbel “Mariposa” Tejada

by: Crysbel “Mariposa” Tejada edits: Yucca Bianca Westrup, kat yang-stevens title photo: Crysbel “Mariposa” Tejada “Como Afro/Dominicano/Negro vivo mundos diferentes y me debato, continuamente, entre un querer ser mi historia; y un rechazar lo que me dicen que fue esa historia; entre estar orgulloso de la cosmogonía heredada de mis ancestros, en un mundo de…

*New* Zine format of “On Anger…” Download Here to Print

ON ANGER, “LOVE VOICES”, & “DIVISIVENESS” IN THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT is now available in zine format. A downloadable pdf. is embedded below (the download button is in the bottom left hand corner). You can now print and distribute this essay at your convenience.   This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International…

Interview in Upping The Anti

COMING SOON!  You can subscribe to Upping The Anti: A Journal of Theory & Action or order just this single issue (#15) for $13 HERE.  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.