Categories Archives: Culture of Resistance » People of Color & Anti-racism

Black Autonomy Federation Spotlights Police Terrorism in Memphis

By J. G. / Deep Green Resistance Great Plains On March 15th the International Day Against Police Brutality was observed for the first time in Memphis, Tennessee by the Black Autonomy Federation. People came to the event from as far away as Iowa, Ohio, and Denver. People gathered first outside city hall and spoke. Cardboard … Continue reading Black Autonomy Federation Spotlights Police Terrorism in Memphis

Kourtney Mitchell: Our Experiences Matter: On White Privilege and Backlash

By Kourtney Mitchell / Deep Green Resistance As a radical black male living in the most hegemonic culture to ever exist, I consistently find myself keenly aware of instances in daily life to recognize and critique white supremacy. I have experienced firsthand this culture’s systemic racism. From the racist and sexist police department which harassed … Continue reading Kourtney Mitchell: Our Experiences Matter: On White Privilege and Backlash

“Racism has to be challenged”: An Interview with Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin

By J. G. / Deep Green Resistance Great Plains Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin is a veteran community and anti-racist, anti-colonialist, and anti-prison organizer. He was a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, The Black Panther Party, and is a founding member of the Black Autonomy Federation. Lorenzo is the author of the underground classic, Anarchism … Continue reading “Racism has to be challenged”: An Interview with Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin

Are You a 'Good White Person?'

Having been raised in a culture predicated on racism and vilification of the “other”, we have all internalized a racist perspective. Relationships across lines of difference often fall prey to power dynamics reinforced by this perspective. The proliferation of “good white people” has not made the situation any better. In fact, as argued in this … Continue reading Are You a 'Good White Person?'