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COMMUNITY

On the Relationship between Form & Resistance

"When I say that language has failed us, I mean that there is no amount of information you can give a society that necessarily means it will be compelled to act."
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Panel 2 of the event "Solidarity: Beyond the Disaster-Verse" held on 30th March 2024.

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Panel 2 of the event "Solidarity: Beyond the Disaster-Verse" held on 30th March 2024.

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The Petty Self
Kashmiri Struggle
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The second panel from our event on 30th March 2024, "Solidarity: Beyond the Disaster-Verse," at ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn, New York, which marked the close of Volume 2 Issue 1 of SAAG.


Here, Iman Iftikhar, Sharmin Hossain, Maira Khwaja, Kalpana Raina, and Suneil Sanzigir discuss how the varied forms of storytelling they use inform and are informed by their politics, resistance, and solidarity and how they feel it is most useful. This panel picks up from where Panel 1, "What do we mean when we talk about Solidarity?" ends.


What follows is a discussion of form & storytelling with:

  • Iman Iftikhar, a researcher, educator, co-founder and manager of Kitab Ghar, an Associate Editor at SAAG, and an editor at Folio Books.

  • Maira Khwaja, a journalist, multimedia producer, and researcher at the Invisible Institute. She is also an Associate Producer of We Grown Now dir. Minhal Baig, April 2024, Stage 6 Films & Sony Pictures Classics.

  • Kalpana Raina, a co-translator of For Now, It is Night: Stories by Hari Krishna Kaul (Archipelago Books, February 2024)

  • Sharmin Hossain, an abolitionist organizer, artist, and the Organizing Director at 18 Million Rising that organizes Asian Americans.

  • Suneil Sanzgiri, a filmmaker, researcher, artist, whose first solo exhibition, Here the Earth Grows Gold, opened at the Brooklyn Museum in October 2023.



Photographs courtesy of Josh Steinbauer.



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SOLIDARITY: BEYOND THE DISASTER-VERSE

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