An invitation to political activists who remain detached from spirituality and also mystically-inclined individuals claiming to be “spiritual, not political.” IR invites you to a dialogue, hoping it will widen your vision, challenge your preconceptions, and encourage self-reflection. • The pre-colonial histories of anarchist Africa • The outernationalist networks across India, Mexico, Vietnam, Jamaica, and Turtle Island • The confluence of political and spiritual dub in the visionary lives of Ho Chi Minh and Emir Abdelkadez • The legacies of Canute Frankson, Pandurang Khankhoje, Bhagat Singh, the Punjabi anarchists of the Ghadar Party, the Black anarchist fighting against Franco in the Spanish Civil War and other anti-colonial and anti-fascist revolutionaries. All of this is grounded in the philosophies and dialogues from Indigenous Peoples from the Solomon Islands, West Papua, Turtle Island and beyond, amplified through voices like former American Indian Movement Chair John Trudell, whose words flow in unison with the revolutionary vision of Assata Shakur.
- Publication Date
- Apr 23, 2022
- Religion & Spirituality
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- By (author): Ebilotoh, By (author): Dubzaine