9/25/2020 | “Black Ecology” by Nathan Hare (1970)

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Black Ecology" by Nathan Hare. The essay was published in the 1:6 issue of The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research (1970). Black Ecology by Nathan Hare (1970)Download From the article: But the ecological ordeal of the black race does not have to wait for a nuclear attack; present … Continue reading 9/25/2020 | “Black Ecology” by Nathan Hare (1970)

9/17/2020: “Transforming Geographies of Black Time: How the Free Southern Theater Used the Plantation for Civil Rights Activism” by Julius B. Fleming Jr.

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Transforming Geographies of Black Time: How the Free Southern Theater Used the Plantation for Civil Rights Activism" by Julius B. Fleming, Jr. The essay is published in the 91:3 issue of American Literature. Transforming Geographies of Black TimeDownload

9/11/2020: “Sambos and Minstrels” by Sylvia Wynter

Today's #AntiAbleistComposition feature is "Sambos and Minstrels" by Sylvia Wynter. The essay is published in the first issue of Social Text. Sambos and MinstrelsDownload From the text: "The internalization of the master-model by poor whites who owned no slaves - and who had no material relation to the ownership of slaves - gives insight into … Continue reading 9/11/2020: “Sambos and Minstrels” by Sylvia Wynter