On Killing a Revolution

On Killing a Revolution

Field Notes

by Andray Domise

Published by: Biblioasis

Imprint: Biblioasis

96 Pages, 4.00 x 7.00 x 0.00 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781771964050
  • Published: June 2021

$12.95

An argument against the liberal paradigm of allyship in favour of movements based on Black self-determination

Blackout Tuesday was the pivotal moment, Andray Domise argues, when street-level protests were uploaded to corporate boardrooms and the grassroots protest movement begun after the murder of George Floyd turned from rebellion against white supremacist state violence to a corporatized love-in—what Malcom X dubbed “the circus.” In On Killing a Revolution, Domise analyzes the co-opting by liberal interests of Black liberation movements ranging from Haiti to Burkina Faso to Canada and the United States and argues for a new kind of revolution based on Black self-determination instead of assimilation into bourgeois white liberal politics.