You Come From The Stars , Black People : Through months of conversation surrounding Nas’s It Was Written, and address inequity, visions of contemporary rulership and the potential of taking ownership over the present.
Cooperation is a Fact of Life : In this conversation, designer and writer, , discusses the absurdity of freedom as it relates to artistic practice and capitalism. These ideas lead us to discussing Person’s vision of more structured ways of being in the world, which require working with others cooperatively as a standard practice.
Lavender Blue Skies : Through an active, collaborative investigation of holistic health, and , embarked on a series of activities together including meditation, swimming, walking, communal meals, collaborative work on creative projects and conversation. These practices resulted in a mutually supportive relationship of one another and the production of a manifesto which extends the authors’ learnings in order to help you become the best version of you!
Learning Yourself to Yourself : In this conversation, Baltimore’s radical, improvisational queen, , applauds the extraordinary resilience of Baltimore while inviting us into her process of ‘learning how to be free’ through improvisational music, a medium that inherently breaks down traditional power structures.
Life Experiences: What Happens In Our World? : After a three-month intensive writing workshop centering on the theme If I Ruled The World, a group of , in partnership with the Press Press team, created a series of manifestos addressing their human rights and wrote powerful poetry about the hardships of exile and their hopes for their native home of Burma.