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for Lula, Mississippi, Arjuna Neuman, 2021

For Lula, Mississippi unearths the ecological unconscious of Black music. By following early blues back to Choctaw music and culture, and forward through dub, drill and flute-trap, a certain buried history is uncovered. This history, or rather this all-tangled root-network might just grow into Black and Native solidarity, reminding us that anti-racism and environmental justice are inseparable.

    Optical properties of human skin, Tom Lister, Philip A. Wright, Paul H. Chappell, 2012

    Juan Manuel interview with Arjuna Neuman

    Audio Transcript

    Juan Manuel García-Ruiz is Research Professor of the National Research Council (CSIC) at the University of Granada. He is founder and director of the Laboratory for Crystallographic Studies and Principal Investigator of the Spanish Crystallization Factory. Here he talks to Arjuna Neuman about crystals, physics and transformation.

    Lula Mixtape 2

    For Lula, Mississippi (pt 2) unearths the ecological unconscious of Black music. By following early blues back to Choctaw music and culture, and forward through dub, drill and flute-trap, a certain buried history is uncovered. This history, or rather this all-tangled root-network might just grow into Black and Native solidarity, reminding us that anti-racism and environmental justice are inseparable.

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