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What did you learn from the materials? What questions did they prompt for you? What new lines of research might you want to investigate? Your reflections can take a variety of forms, including a short write-up (200 words), an audio a news article accompanied by your own text about its relevance to what you read, or a combination thereof. The main point is that you engage with the materials in some way and share those findings

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What did you learn from the materials? What questions did they prompt for you? What new lines of research might you want to investigate? Your reflections can take a variety of forms, including a short write-up (200 words), an audio a news article accompanied by your own text about its relevance to what you read, or a combination thereof. The main point is that you engage with the materials in some way and share those findings
Readings:
▪ Alexis Shotwell, “The Virus is a Relation,” Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action, May 5, 2020.https://uppingtheanti.org/blog/entry/the-virus-is-…
▪ Podcast featuring A. Naomi Paik, “Sanctuary for All, Sanctuary Everywhere,” (ep355) Green Dreamerhttps://greendreamer.com/podcast/a-naomi-paik-bans…
▪ Dean Spade, “Solidarity Not Charity: Mutual Aid Mobilization and Survival,” Social Text 142, vol. 38, no. 1, March 2020, 131-151.http://www.deanspade.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/0…
▪ Film: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs (dir. Grace Lee, 2013)

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