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Humor & Kindness in Radical Art

Artist and author Hana Shafi, in conversation with Advisory Editor Senna Ahmad.
We’re very mundane and silly! And it’s okay for racialized people to have mundane silly stories.

RECOMMENDED: Small, Broke, and Kind of Dirty: Affirmations for the Real World (2020) by Hana Shafi.


We’re very mundane and silly! And it’s okay for racialized people to have mundane silly stories.

RECOMMENDED: Small, Broke, and Kind of Dirty: Affirmations for the Real World (2020) by Hana Shafi.


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ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
SHEBANI RAO
A Freelancer's Guide to Decision-Making
JAMIL JAN KOCHAI
A Premonition; Recollected

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Interview
Art Practice
Centering the Silly
FrizzKid
Affirmation Art
Body Politics
Politics of Art
Vulnerability
Kindness as Politics
Affect
Characterization
Criticism
Capitalism
Absurdity
Illustration
Comics
Queerness

HANA SHAFI is a National Magazine Award nominated artist, writer, journalist from Toronto, who illustrates under the name Frizz Kid. Both her art and writing explore themes of feminism, body politics, racism, and pop culture. A graduate of Ryerson’s journalism program, she has published and been featured in Hazlitt, This Magazine, Torontoist, Huffington Post and others. Her latest book, Small, Broke, and Kind of Dirty, will be out Sep 22nd, 2020, with Book Hug Press.

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