Zoé is a freelance writer and doctoral student at the University of California, San Francisco. Her work is broadly around different aspects of race and coloniality, specifically through a black feminist lens.
We had an opportunity to talk with Zoé about Black Feminist Anarchism.
We also talked more broadly about how the necessity for US leftists to develop fuller understandings of the continent of Africa and its current conditions.
Zoé talked about how her mother’s memory of Rhodesian colonialism has informed her anti-fascism.
And she suggests that if the US is to unify around anything meaningful it will be on the ground meeting the material needs of marginalized communities, not developing a post-revolutionary theory upon which we’re all going to agree.