Edited by Josh MacPhee and Alec Dunn
Signal:08 collects and connects the culture and politics of international Black Power publishing, the 1960s anarchist and antimilitarist illustrations of Vera Williams and Liberation magazine, memorializing those murdered by anti-Sikh violence in India, the agitprop of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and the aesthetics and politics of a reenactment of the largest rebellion of enslaved people in US history.
Crossing continents and communities, print and performance, Signal weaves a story of how culture is central to social transformation, both yesterday and today.
Highlights of the eighth volume of Signal include:
- Writing for the Revolution: Publishing and Designing Black Power Books by Andrew Fearnley
- Hope in the Midst of Apathy: Liberation magazine and the Covers of Vera Williams by Alec Dunn
- Most of My Heroes: Stamps in Memory of Anti-Sikh Violence by Vijay S. Jodha & S. Ravi
Our Code of Morals Is Our Revolution: Agit Prop Travel Documents of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Slave Rebellion Reenactment: An Interview with Dread Scott by Josh MacPhee
Check out back issues of Signal here.
About the Editors:
Josh MacPhee is one of the founders of Interference Archive and organizers the Celebrate People's History Poster Series. He is a cofounder and member of the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative.
Alec Dunn is an illustrator, printer, and nurse living in Portland, OR. He is a cofounder and member of the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative.