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  • Lewis Gordon's expansive philosophical engagement with the current moment - its histories and globalities, its politics and protests, its visual and sonic cultures - reminds us that the ultimate aim of Black freedom quests is, indeed, universal liberation

    Angela Y. Davis, author of Women, Race and Class
  • Powerful . . . one of the most prominent scholars of racism, tries to enrich our knowledge with his unique brand of intellectual precision and analysis

    Kehinde Andrews, Observer
  • Gordon's surprising observations crack open the mind to connect various creative disciplines

    Vanessa Willoughby, Literary Hub
  • Reading Fear of Black Consciousness had me nodding so often and so vigorously, I got a mild case of whiplash . . . With surgical precision, laser sharp wit, and the eye of an artist, Lewis Gordon doesn't just dissect race, racism, and racial thinking but offers a clarion call to embrace Black Consciousness, to take political responsibility for decolonizing and transforming the world as it is

    Robin D G Kelley, author of Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original
  • A thinker whose reflections on race have produced singular illuminations on our times . . . he draws on a wide range of colonial histories, African popular culture, aboriginal histories, contemporary films and stories, to show the critical powers of creativity in dismantling racism by the making of Black consciousness, the making of a world where breath and love and existence become possible

    Judith Butler, author of Gender Trouble
  • Striking... You will want Lewis Gordon's Fear of Black Consciousness among your primary intellectual road supplies for the future

    Hortense Spillers, author of Black, White and in Color
  • As atrocity, injury, white supremacy, and racial violence loom, Gordon holds steady a Fanonian outlook, theorizing black consciousness as the realization of possibility - that is, a sustained political commitment that recalculates the stakes of freedom

    Katherine McKittrick, author of Demonic Grounds

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