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This chapter asks what it means for a black feminist to think in the future tense, defining futurity as a tense of anteriority and a tense relationship to an idea of possibility. It is the tense of possibility that grammarians refer to as the future real conditional or that which will have had to happen. It is a performance of a future that hasn’t yet happened but must. The chapter uses a black feminist conception of practice to think beyond conventional notions of resistance as the primary model for understanding the relationship of marginalized subjects to power. Focusing on the...

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