Atlanta’s #StopCopCity movement and it’s violent repression which resulted in the murder of Manuel Terán can be understood in the wider context of Indigenous climate activism and modes of Black and Southern radicalism. I offer a reading list
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Mark Auslander and Avis E. Williams23 April 2022 The proposed South River (Welaunee) Forest zone spans approximately 3,500 acres in southeastern … What these Trees have Seen: Slavery, Post-Slavery, and Anti-Blackness in the South River (Welaunee) Forest Zone Auslander and Williams discuss the history of the South River (Welaunee) forest on Atlanta’s south side. Justice […]
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People are emphasizing the material over the human.
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– Dr Illya Davis, Morehouse College
When they ask you why Atlanta was burning last night, tell them it was an uprising. If you want a quick answer, you can quote the economist Thomas Piketty Every human society must justify its inequalities: unless reasons for them are found, the whole political and social edifice stands in danger of collapse. Capital and […]
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