Decolonization, which sets out to change the order of the world, is, obviously, a program of complete disorder.

Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth

Decolonize That! Handbooks for the Revolutionary Overthrow of Embedded Colonial Ideas is a short books series published by OR Books and Warscapes magazine. The books will engage the urgent and politically charged push towards “decolonization” underway worldwide today through incisive and focused analyses of the coloniality that seeps into many aspects of our lives. This accompanying website offers a space for reflection and intervention. We are working towards publishing readings, visual material, music and new writings on the decolonization. Help us by suggesting some readings or music or by sending us a blog or a podcast. Keep us posted about protests, events and seminars. We are a work in progress and look forward to amplifying your projects, ideas, events and activism.

We remain committed to a critique of imperialism through a focus on gender, sexuality, capitalism, race, ableism and nation. We stand with the liberation of Palestine, freedom for Kashmir, the movement for Black lives, Indigenous movements, the abolition of prisons, police, caste, race, patriarchy and nation-states, de-gentrification and struggles of workers worldwide.


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