Dr. Yannick Giovanni Marshall writes and teaches in Black Studies. His research focus is on police power, colonial policing in Nairobi, the white supremacist state, anti-colonial movements and movements against anti-Blackness.
He is currently an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Knox College and has taught courses on Black Lives Matter and Deconstructing the Police for several years.
He is also a prolific writer, who writes frequently for publications including Al Jazeera and Black Perspectives which is published by the African American Intellectual History. He has also published multiple volumes of poetry. You can find links to many of his publications on yannickmarshall.net.
In this episode we discuss several of his writings over the last couple years, particularly on questions of coloniality, liberalism, policing, fascism and marronage.
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