Enduring just to say we’re enduring feeling the bruises on my skin I just want to relieve the torture I don’t know how all these things should end. Maybe that’s all that this is after all: trauma and bondage and joy maybe that’s all you can feel after all: just trauma and bondage and joy […]Read More Anti-Poem(s)
) These scars on our bodies are impossible. These scars that we carry can’t be. These scars that we share are impossible. These scars on our body can’t be. “These undecipherable markings on the captive body render a kind of hieroglyphics of the flesh whose severe disjunctures come to be hidden to the cultural […]Read More prose on the (im)possibility of black love // the (im)possibility of black study
On Reality: Karen Barad’s Onto-politics and the Autopoiesis of Man What is Being such that there can be a Real? * where does one Body end and another Begin? The classic philosophical account of the Real is oftentimes a complex version of the following: Reality is a mind-independent object or ontology. Yet, to […]Read More On Reality: Karen Barad’s Onto-politics and the Autopoiesis of Man
Cecil Freedom School is an idea for the future of a virtual school for Black people in poor rural communities like where I grew up. It is also for the white folks in these areas too. In hopes that they may learn and unlearn, see and unsee. When I was young I used to dream […]Read More Cecil Freedom School Syllabus (Rough/Unfinished)
I reflected a lot about whether or not I should write this. But, I am and I am because I am trying to remember why I started this blog, which is related to why I decided to create music again, which is related – but less directly so – to why I decided to take […]Read More impossible.
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Niggas don’t be feeling they theory, ya feel me? Niggas don’t be feeling what it feels like to feel like the World was built atop of you. Niggas don’t be feeling what it feels like to sit with the tomb of history, to let the dust settle beneath your feet, to feel the weight of […]Read More Afro-Depressionism Incomplete