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Akané Okoshi

Akané Okoshi writes about race, critical spectatorship, and material history and is currently working on a Black history curriculum for the Brooklyn Public Library’s Center for Brooklyn History. Previously, Akané worked as a museum educator and researcher.

Tayo Giwa’s The Sun Rises in the East

Uhuru Sasa Shule, which translates to “Freedom Now School” in Kiswahili, was the heartbeat of The East, a Brooklyn-based organization founded in 1969 by Black people committed to self-determination, social justice, and diasporic world-building.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2022

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