A Mouth is Always Muzzled

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A Mouth is Always Muzzled, communicates the extraordinary story of the ways art brings hope in perilous times and art’s insistent role in contemporary politics and life. Weaving disparate topics from sugar and British colonialism to attacks on free speech and Facebook activism…and traveling a jagged path across the Americas, Africa, India, and Europe. Natalie Hopkinson argues that art is where the future is negotiated.


Natalie Hopkinson is an assistant professor in Howard University’s graduate program in communication, culture, and media studies and a fellow at the Interactivity Foundation. She is also a former staff writer, editor, and culture critic at the Washington Post and The Root.


Click here to visit the Natalie Hopkinson’s website.



Click link to purchase his book, A Mouth is Always Muzzled: Six Dissidents, Five Continents, and the Art of Resistance.



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