Political education is necessary for understanding the historical, political, and cultural legacies of Black radicalism.
This campaign offers a resource for folks needing assistance along the way. Issues of institutional access, geography, and lack of funding are all factors that impact the depth of political education tools readily available. Starting this campaign allows us to provide an introduction to concepts in Black radicalism with a focus on Black feminist radicalism.
Donate to Our Video Project Campaign!
#SBG is working to expand our ongoing strategy of widening access to theory as conversations have swelled around the role of reading lists, teach-ins, and workshops in the push for political education in the wake of the recent murders of Black folks and subsequent uprisings.
Make a tangible donation to help our efforts to raise fund to produce a video series and pay our team of Black women researchers, scriptwriters, designers and video producers the market rate for their services.
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We are asking for your help in our effort to raise funds to produce a video series that will break down a variety of foundational texts that address: prison abolition, imagination, and community building. Utilizing videos as a method allows for people to enter into the broader conversation about reading, political education, and Black feminist theory.