Hamid Khan has been a community organiser in Los Angeles for over 35 years with a consistent focus on police violence and human rights. This interview with MIT Technology Review focuses on artificial intelligence and Khan’s advocacy against predictive policing.
This reading list is a useful source on prison abolition, with texts selected as organising tools to help inform abolitionist strategies and practices.
Enjoy a couple of hours of improvised and experimental sounds from two Londoners – vocalist, movement artist and composer Elaine Mitchner, and arranger and pianist Kerry Yong. You can support Cafe OTO and artists via their newly launched digital imprint TAKUROKU
The Center for Contemporary Arts Tashkent is currently providing free contemporary classics from Central Asian cinema, with several works from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
This masterpiece by LA Rebellion filmmaker Charles Burnett was not widely available until its restoration in the late 2000s, but is now free to view on the website of distributor Milestone.
Track of the Day
Sex Pistols: God Save the Queen (1977)
Don’t be told what you want
Don’t be told what you need
There’s no future
No future for you