Anti-Black Racism is Built Into Everything

On the wall in Hayes Valley, hyper-gentrified area that two decades ago was predominantly African American.

The impending Civil War I alluded to in the latter paragraphs in my last post looms ever closer. Apparently Fox TV’s Tucker Carlson wasted no time in defending the 17-year-old murderer in Kenosha Wisconsin as the victim, and […]

The State Won’t Save Us: Dis-eased Imaginations and Traumatized Hope

Here in the throes of Fogust, but it’s been quite foggy all summer (thank goodness!) The pink triangle on Twin Peaks for Gay Freedom was lit up by LED lights for the first time this year.

It seems like a year has gone by since I last blogged in May. (I spent a […]

Abolition Unfinished

…the demands of abolition exceed a simple respite from antiblack racism. Abolition is the unreasonable, irreverent wilderness that exceeds and undermines any infrastructural attempt to “develop” its lands, even in the service of revolution. Abolition is not a pathway—it is the end of paths and the end of worlds, a roadblock barring passage […]