Nikki Young: “I am not that Hungry: Creative Resistance, Black Queers, and Family” – February 14, 2013

Capitalism creates and maintains capitalist family values which operate through dominion and inherent inequality within relationships. This value system works to deprive black queers of a recognizable moral subjectivity. Through a process Professor Young calls “creative resistance,” many black queers disrupt the disciplinary power within the capitalist family. This presentation, will describe how black queers practice creative resistance, revision of family dynamics, and imagine relational possibilities.

 

 

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