A Mouth Is Always Muzzled : Six Dissidents, Five Continents, and the Art of Resistance
As people consider how to respond to a resurgence of racist, xenophobic populism, A Mouth Is Always Muzzled tells an extraordinary story of the ways art brings hope in perilous times. Weaving disparate topics from sugar and British colonialism to attacks on free speech and Facebook activism and travelling a jagged path across the Americas, Africa, India, and Europe, Natalie Hopkinson, former culture writer for the Washington Post and The Root, argues that art is where the future is negotiated.
Published 06/02/2018 in United Kingdom
Hardback | 208 pages, 20 Illustrations, unspecified