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Join PM author and activist Vikki ...
Join PM author and activist Vikki Law, and Kazembe Balagun, Suzy Subways, and Susie Day, for Leftist and Anti-Capitalist Writers: How Do You Know If Your Work Is Making a Difference? at Bluestockings Bookstore in New York, NY on Thursday, September 26th at 7pm.
Come listen to writers Vikki Law, Kazembe Balagun
, Suzy Subways, and Susie Day, discuss these issues - then join in, yourself.
Kazembe Balagun is a revolutionary activist, cultural organizer and native New Yorker.
was 16 he
has chosen writing as a field of activism, publishing in numerous left blogs, zines and mainstream publications.
As a cultural organizer he has worked as Director of Education at the Brecht Forum and worked as a popular education in the South Bronx, Queensbridge, and Lower East Side.
Currently he splits his time as a father and a member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.
In a panel discussion on organizing ...
In a panel discussion on organizing in the city, writer Kazembe Balagun reflected on how Occupy and its offshoots reflect an evolving movement culture that has both physical and political underpinnings.
"In many ways these movements are illusionary, fleeting, but they are real," said Balagun, who is also an outreach coordinator for the leftist cultural and educational Brecht Forum.
Everybody's Protest Blog | ...
Everybody's Protest Blog | Kazembe
Kazembe Balagun is a writer, cultural organizer and activist from New York City.
work can be found in Left Turn, Monthly Review Zine and The Indypendent.
He is currently a member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and serves as outreach coordinator at the Brecht Forum.
RAT: Archive: Summer 2005, Saturday the 24th
is a black/queer/writer/educator engaged in the ancient art of revolutionary Afro-hermeneutics.
He studied philosophy/Africana studies from Hunter College, where he was a member of the Student Liberation Action Movement.
He is a member of Estaci-n Libre (a people of color organization in solidarity with the people of Chiapas), a staff writer with the NYC Indypendent, and a contributer to Left Turn.
Brecht Forum | Left Forum
Kazembe Balagun, Brecht Forum Outreach Coordinator