Abolitionism as a feminist and decolonial practice is explored through the voice, word of mouth and poetry.
Kae Tempest – Picture A Vacuum – Live on KEXP
Jean Genet – interview at BBC2
Derek MF Di Fabio, m, Charlotte Simon – Cuscino. “Bocca”
Aisha Devi – Throat Dub
Sarah Schulman: Conflict is not Abuse – PNCA Critical Studies, 2017
Trinh T. Minh-ha – Just Speak Nearby – 356 Mission, 2016
Black Quantum Futurism – Time Distortion
Audre Lorde – Echos
Poem from Prison – Erica Huggins. 1970~ Angela Davis – If they come in the morning… Voice of resistance.
Kevin Aviance – Din Da Da
Angela Davis – “Feminism & Abolition: Theories & Practices for the 21st Century” – University Chicago, 2013
HVAD – ANGST
Muslimgauze – Dissidents In Exile
Ching-In Chen – Arrestable
Feminisms in Motion: Voices for Justice, Liberation, and Transformation Jessica Hoffman and Daria Yudacufski
Derek MF Di Fabio, Daniele, m, Charlotte Simon – Cuscino. “Infrasounds”
Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner – Anointed
Elysia Crampton – Dissolution of the Sovereign: A Time Slide Into the Future…
Sarah Schulman – “Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair” Epub P. 68
Yoko Ono – Cough Piece. Tokyo, 1963
Thanks MINQ for reading with me.
Title: excerpt from “Dance Dance Revolution” by Cathy Park Hong
Produced by Derek MF Di Fabio. January 2022