Category: Postcards to the Future

Postcards to the Future: ACTIVISM

“When we at KPI started this multi-month journey of protesting in place, we were in pandemic lockdown. Our primary thoughts connected social-distancing/physical isolation with remaining active and engaged in our families, community and world. With the spread of contagion surrounding us, constricting our movements, we had to think differently to care for ourselves and others

Postcards to the Future: A Protest in Place / HORRIFIC

OCTOBER 13, 2020 Kore Press Institute continues its feature focusing on the radical aesthetics of Black women writers from Letters to the Future: Black Women/Radical Writing, (edited by Erica Hunt and Dawn Lundy Martin, 2018). We are offering a thematic presentation/installation of work through January as a form of protest in place. KPI has been committed to

Postcards to the Future: A Protest in Place

Postcards to the Future: A Protest in Place / LEGACY July 6, 2020 Kore Press is closed for the month of July as we do every year. However, because of the intensity of activist movements for the freedom and safety of Black people occurring into the summer, we didn’t want our website and other public