“There's No Such Thing as a Decolonized Museum” - Zoé Samudzi on southern Africa, settler colonialism, genocide and museums
n this episode we talk to Zoé Samudzi. Dr. Samudzi has a PhD in Medical Sociology from the University of California, San Francisco. Her dissertation was about German colonialism, the Herero/Nama genocide, and the afterlife of that genocidal structure in the present.
In this conversation we talk about a range of topics related to settler colonialism and colonization in Africa, specifically in modern day Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
For this episode we offered our platform to some organizers inside and out, who put together a series of discussions on the state and needs of prisoner movements today.
This is the third segment of a series of political discussions focused on building support for Jailhouse Lawyers Speak’s 2021...
In this episode we interview Ray Luc Levasseur. During his time underground Levasseur was a purported member of the United Freedom Front, and the Sam Melville Jonathan Jackson Unit. Prior to that Levasseur organized in several above ground formations, including the Southern Student Organizing...
In this episode we interview SNCC veterans Jennifer Lawson and Dorothy Zellner. This is our second conversation with SNCC veterans we encourage folks to listen to this along with our conversation last year with Jennifer Lawson and Charles Cobb Jr.
SNCC is about to host it’s 60th Anniversary...