BLackBoard Magazine: Worldmaking Edition

We created our interactive virtual fall 2020 magazine in the spirit of radical revolution. We asked students and professors what carceral worldmaking and racial worldmaking looks like to them, and what place the electoral system, academic institutions and Black capitalism should have. This issue is dedicated to the Black community and our co-conspirators envisioning an equitable world.


Recent Posts

Pattern Beauty Review: Tracee Ellis Ross’s New Hair-Care Line
I tried Tracee Ellis Ross' new line of hair products for type …
Mariame Kaba delivers timely lessons on abolitionism in MLK keynote address
If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were he alive today, Kaba said, …
From working out to working in: Your guide to winter quarter fitness
All you need is an internet connection and maybe a couple water …
‘Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker’ is Just What Santa Ordered
Netflix’s new family documentary serves up killer dance moves, inspiration and Black …
Biden’s victory won’t end Trumpism. That doesn’t mean nothing will.
There are still ways I can fight for change—by confronting Trumpism head …
How racism amplifies the impacts of Covid-19
Pandemics have a powerful way of unearthing the institutional factors that underlie …

Call to Action

Video: NU Community Not Cops Protests Explained
NU Community Not Cops has been protesting every day since October 12th. Here is why they won't stop until the university meets their demands.
We Stand with NU Community Not Cops
We call on students in general: we urge you to suppo rt this movement in any way you can
BlackBoard Zine Spring 20
This season, we asked the Black community at Northwestern to submit their art, music and poetry to make a digital zine. Some pages have audio and video that you …

Past Issues

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