Reader on Reparations
From Cassandra Press (pdf downloads and more titles available on their website)
description from publisher:
Inhabiting the Impasse Racial/Racial-Colonial Power, Genocide Poetics, and the Logic of Evisceration Dylan Rodríguez
The Black Panthers: Ten Point Program
The Case for Reparations TA-NEHISI COATES
Reparations and the Rectification of Race Naomi Zack
"Obligations to Negroes who would be kin if they were not Negro" by Werner Sollors
Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Environmental Futures by Winona LaDuke
From Slavery to Genocide: The Fallacy of Debt in Reparations Discourse by Allan D. Cooper
Reparations for Slavery and Other Historical Injustices by Eric A. Posner Adrian Vermeule
U.S. Reparations to Descendants of Enslaved Blacks in the U.S. by J. Angelo Corlett
Racial Reparations: Japanese American Redress and African American Claims Eric K. Yamamoto
CASSANDRA is an artist run publishing and educational platform. We produce lo-fi printed matter, classrooms, projects, artist books, and exhibitions. Our intention is to spread ideas, distribute new language, propagate dialogue centering ethics, aesthetics, femme driven activism, and black scholarship.
CASSANDRA PRESS is founded by artist Kandis Williams-editor at large and co-founder Amelian Kashiro Hamilton of Sisters with Invoices. Philosopher Taylor Doran is chief curator of the Artist Editions.We operate out of Los Angeles, California.