Category: decolonization

Episode 091: 18 Year Old Xiuhtezcatl Throwing Down for The Land & People

This post was originally published on this site  What’s up! Welcome to the latest edition of The Rebel Beat for November 2018! Our special guest on the show this month is Xiuhtezcatl! Xiuhtezcatl is maybe the busiest, fiercest, and most accomplished 18-year old we’ve ever spoken with. He’s an Indigenous hip-hop artist based out of… Read more »

The Rebel Beat 085: Dio Ganhdih

This post was originally published on this site  Welcome back to the latest episode of The Rebel Beat podcast! Our special guest on the show this month is Dio Ganhdih! Dio Ganhdih is a queer Indigenous MC, with roots in Awkwesasne Mohawk territory, and now based in NYC. She’s part of the epic Revolutions Per… Read more »

Concerning Violence

This post was originally published on this siteConcerning Violence narrates the events of African nationalist and independence movements in the 1960s and 1970s which challenged colonial and white minority rule.

The Rebel Beat Se2 Ep10 – Alas Spits Decolonizing Fire

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome back to the latest edition of The Rebel Beat! Our special guest this month is Alas. Alas is an MC who is consistently spitting out pure revolutionary fire, and when she’s not on the mic, you can probably find her on the front lines of the struggle… Read more »