Red Wedge No. 2: "Art Against Global Apartheid"

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Red Wedge No. 2: "Art Against Global Apartheid"

6.00

Spring 2016

Roughly one hundred full color, illustrated pages of essays, commentary, poetry, art, comics and reviews. "Apartheid" in today's world does not describe only a particular legal circumstance in this or that corner of the globe. Art, literature, music and creativity, in a very basic sense, are a bending of time and space, a defiance of the ways racism, capitalism and imperialism have shaped our world. They dare us to imagine over the walls. 

Pieces include:

  • A roundtable discussion with author and activist Walidah Imarisha, radical scholar Robin DG Kelley, and Jonathan Horstmann of "futurepunk" group BLXPLTN on the Radical Black Imagination
  • A series of essays on art and cultural exchange under neoliberalism from Bill Crane, Stella Becerril and Alexander Billet
  • Poetry from Demetrius Noble, Prerna Bakshi, and Anthony Squiers
  • Octavio Quintanilla reviews Remi Kanazi's Before the Next Bomb Drops
  • Our first ever printed version of "Red Wedge Comix," featuring the work of Michelle Sayles
  • Colin Revolting revisits Rock Against Racism through the work of Syd Shelton 
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