Event time: 1st July, 18:00.
With a rise in both anti-racist movements and reactionary racism, what can we learn about the current moment from Huey Newton’s analysis of empire? What do calls to “take back control” tell us about the diminishing ‘wages of whiteness’? And how can we build on the legacies of the Black Panther Party’s survival programmes to create intercommunal ways of living?
We will begin with a talk from John about his work on Huey P Newton’s Theory of Reactionary Intercommunalism, followed by a discussion between John and Sita and a Q/A session. We will email those registered a Zoom link closer to the date.