Decolonize This Place is an action-oriented movement centering around Indigenous struggle, Black liberation, free Palestine, global wage workers and de-gentrification. Facilitated by MTL+ Collective. #decolonizethisplace.
Amin Husain‘s interests focus on resistance and liberation, movement generated theory and practice. His research and teaching interests span debt and financialization, globalization and political economy, social movements and cultures of resistance, race, class and ethnicity in the media, and postcolonial theory. He is a founding member of Global Ultra Luxury Faction (G.U.L.F.), direct action wing of Gulf Labor Coalition; a member of Gulf Labor Coalition, a self-organized group of artists, writers, architects, curators, and other cultural workers trying to ensure worker’s rights are protected when art, labor and global capital intersect; a founding member and managing editor of Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy, a printed theory and strategy magazine of the Occupy movement; a founding member of MTL, a collective that combines aesthetics, research and organizing in its practice; and founding member of NYC Solidarity with Palestine.
Nitasha Dhillon is an artist. She has an Honors BA in Mathematics from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, and attended the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York (2011 – 2012) and the School of International Center of Photography (2009 – 2010). Nitasha is a founder and editor of Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy, a strategic movement platform that weaves together the voices of on-the-ground organizers with those of longstanding theorists to explore the possibilities created by the rupture of the Occupy movement and its aftermath. Nitasha is also a cofounder of MTL with Amin Husain, a collective that combines research, aesthetics, and activism in its practice.
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