Yalla Matame is a queer woman of color who lives in a warehouse in Oakland, CA. Her political work focuses on prison abolition, radical art, feminism, queerness. She is a core collective member of the the anarchist counterinformation project for the Bay Area, FireWorks (under the guise of Gansett). She is currently working on starting a radical printing press to publish work by authors outside of the ivory tower.
Published in: TransformationA flashpoint action reading list
Today Transformation published the first article in our debate on flashpoint action. Yalla Matame argued that...
Published in: TransformationWhat's the point of flashpoint action?
Flashpoints are moments of resistance - often violent - against systems of oppression. Can such actions build social...