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COMMUNITY

Rethinking the Library with Sister Library

Artist and activist-scholar Aqui Thami, in conversation with Comics Editor Shreyas R Krishnan.
VOL. 1
21 Oct 2020

AQUI THAMI

I really wanted to rethink what a library could mean, and show that most libraries are funded by monies that come from the exploitation and relocation of indigenous peoples. [Sister Library] is what comes out of that.

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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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Feminist Spaces
Decolonization
Community Building
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Public Space
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Sister Radio
Kochi-Muziris Biennale
Dharavi
Bombay Underground
Indigenous Art Practice
Indigeneity
Zines
Pedagogy
Public Arts
Public History
Archival Practice

AQUI THAMI is an artist, activist, scholar doctoral candidate, and founder of Sister Library, South Asia's first community owned feminist library space.

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