Fannie Sosa’s talk “Resistance Is In The Cracks” has toured in universities teaching master students about colonial epistemicides and ways of knowing.  In it, Sosa retraces a genealogy of Black, Indigenous, and diasporic children’s body in school from the Industrial Revolution to present day, showing how “civilisation” was used to submit our pleasurable, unarmoured, resilient body into specialized, gendered labor, as well as retracing some forms of resistance involving the ass and its unrestricted movement.


Fannie Sosa’s collaborations in the arts, academia, and in social justice spaces leave a lasting impact. 

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