How Fast It All Blows Up: Some Lessons from the 2001 Cincinatti Riots

The Claustrophobia Collective, One Thousand Emotions
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This pamphlet collects three essays, 'Black People Have a Right to Rebel' by Lorenzo Komboa Ervin, 'Cincinnati's Black Rebellion Exposes US Racial Injustice' by Peter Hudis, and the titular piece, 'How Fast It All Blows Up: From Uprising to Recuperation' by the Claustrophobia Collective. It stems from the argument made by some that insurrectionary events in the US must necessarily come to terms with the problem of race as one of the many webs in our little network of domination. "Some advice for cities across the country: in the wise words of the Wu-Tang Clan, "wake the fuck up before you get woke the fuck up.""

Author :
The Claustrophobia Collective
Publisher :
One Thousand Emotions