Unfortunately there are not a lot of stellar examples of coops doing Principle 6 well. Platform coops would have to mine good examples as they try to set them.
You should be able to find it in your Twitter settings under thrid party apps or Authorized Apps or some such.
@SuzanEraslan And yes. I bought read the book. I *didn't* love it... it wasn't what I expected it to be, but there was definitely a lot in there.
@SuzanEraslan oooh your friend? Can you connect me to her? maybe please? please? please? I know NO other black women anarchists and i have a couple things I wanna ask her about.
I wish people in black bear costumes would tear apart the corporate headquarters of these companies. Black Friday campers are with us!
If you like this, I recommend this
and this https://youtu.be/k1W7WzQyLmI
Here is the Anarchism of Blackness btw https://roarmag.org/magazine/black-liberation-anti-fascism/ Well worth a read....as is everything in Roar magazine.
More racist white people EXPOSED on social media evidences the anarchism of blackness Show more
Racist attack? Pickup that cellphone and hit RECORD. Black people get more justice from exposing racism on Facebook or Twitter than any appeals to the state https://blavity.com/white-woman-called-a-black-man-a-nr-over-a-parking-spot-and-his-wife-wasnt-having-it I think this is the point Samudzi and Anderson were trying to make in the Anarchism of Blackness. We can't try to reform what is so patently antiblack. My point is FB and Twitter are no substitute for true security/justice.
That said, I do think that the impulse here comes from a sense that there is wisdom and solution in the polity and this has been evidenced in many cases. Racists lose their jobs, their apartments, their social status . Call-out culture undoubtedly has its limits, but call out culture/ostracism is a step up from outright impunity which is often the result of appeals to the state. However, embracing and strengthening non-state security and justice could move us further.
incarceration, racism, motherhood Show more
Siwatu-Salama Ra, a black mother and community leader in Detroit was incarcerated earlier this year after attempting to defend her family from a violent attack. Yesterday after 258 days in jail and fierce community advocacy, she was released on bond. Learn more about her case and how you can contribute at https://www.freesiwatu.org #freesiwatu #survivedandpunished #selfdefence
@cocoron Not a one? You sure? Not even at a local level?
I mean just look at the unit economics. For the amount of money I'm sure Weiner was paid, Terence Nance could probably make like two more seasons of Random Acts of Flyness. You get max enjoyment from a quality black creator versus continuing to toss money at mediocre white dudes who produce mediocre white fare.
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