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Part III: Afropessimism and rituals of anti-Black violence

The final part of Zamansele Nsele’s interview with Frank B Wilderson expands on some of the thinking in his latest book, ‘Afropessimism’

Angela Davis on ‘How to be a revolutionary’

Angela Davis shared her lived experience of activism at Afropunk — and advice on how the arts can effect change

WATCH LIVE: Angela Davis delivers the 17th annual Steve Biko memorial lecture

The lecture is taking place at the University of South Africa's ZK Matthews Hall.

Fearless activist and academic Angela Davis to deliver Steve Biko memorial lecture

Her impending arrival has many South Africans excited, but she was not always a woman many openly adored.

Angela Davis: Nina Simone’s music was so much more than the soundtrack to a movement

Black feminist activist and theorist, writer and teacher Angela Davis will deliver the annual Steve Biko Memorial Lecture at Unisa on Friday.

Hairgate: We must look at language too to get to the root of the problem

Black women’s hair is deeply politicised and education experts are mulling over the significance of the learner-led protests in Pretorias.

Archives of the non-racial: Get on the bus

What do you get when you put 60 intellectuals from all over the world on a bus for 47 hours on a mission to think and unthink history?

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