“to create, build, and affirm the decolonization of the Occupy Movement, in order to fulfill its revolutionary potential.” Our question is, would this supposed liberation of the movement be possible with “The Team” so devoted to the maintenance of white domination, supremacy and power. They even want their opposition to be oppressive.
National-Call-to-Action: Rise & Decolonize! Let’s Get Free Rally
DOWNTOWN SEATTLE – WESTLAKE CENTER Seattle, WA, Friday, November 18, 2011 at 5:00pm –
In solidarity with All Peoples Revolutionary Front and the POC Caucus of Occupy Seattle, Hip Hop Occupies organizes a rally to claim spaces as people-of-color, youth, and artists in local “occupations”. Meeting at the intersection of arts, culture, and the Movement, the rally will feature speakers from the frontlines, not politicians, and community advocates, not career activists, woven into narratives of Hip Hop and all its elements: B-boy/B-Girling, DJing, Graffiti, and Emceeing. When we imagine decolonization, we do not make demands of those in power; we create power and frame the alternative.
Hip Hop Occupies embraces the term “occupation” as it has been reclaimed by militant workers of color from Latin America (Oaxaca, Buenos Aires, South Korea, China, among other places) to describe their occupation of factories, schools and…
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