not anarchist but also anarchist

Interview with Saidiya Hartman

From The White Review

"The political scientist James Scott has done all this work on the anarchist traditions of South Asian peasants, and I would say there’s also a history of radical struggle that has its origins on the African continent. One of the things I wanted to ask was, ‘what are the histories of struggle against these predatory state formations, and do they shape and inform a diasporic imagination?’ That too, is part of the language of Black Radicalism. It’s about our fugitive dreams."

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