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This roundtable of Black queer anthropologists, featuring Lyndon Gill, Marshall Green, Nikki Lane, and Kwame Otu in conversation with Shaka McGlotten, is oriented around several themes: ethnography, art, and activism; the abolitionist potentials in their coming together; the dislocation of Black queer anthropologists in the academy and the discipline; the complex sociality of ethnographic practice, relationality, and community accountability; and the need for another/Black queer non-university, spaces for study, and the recharging of resiliencies.

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