Join us February 17, 2017.

Photo Credit: Jamiella Brooks


In the midst of movements such as Black Lives Matter in the U.S. and Canada, the push for reparations for slavery from CARICOM (Caribbean Community of 15 nations and dependencies), and the current crisis of borders in Europe as migrants from Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and other parts of Africa and Asia seek re-settlement within the borders of former (and sometimes current) colonizing states, we ask what black radicalism and revolution illuminates about state violence, sovereignty, and borders.  What are the legacies we have inherited from struggles for abolition, political independence, civil rights, and reparations?