Guerrilla filmmaker & poet LeRoy Kangalee is best known as the director of the cult-movie “As an Act of Protest” and a proponent of revolutionary art. While possessing a fundamentally 'radical-humanist' viewpoint, he employs a Marxist & "Fanonian" interpretation of art (Black cinema in particular). A believer in the DIY ethos as it applies to art and activism, he escaped NYC and now lives in a cave. An advocate of animal rights and human rights, he is trying to figure out how to be useful as he creeps into the next phase of the 21st century.
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Flash Fiction Contest
On May 1st, we announced the winners of our Flash Fiction Contest: Thomas Garcia (1st), Rick Krizman (2nd), and Rios de la Luz (3rd). Read more.
The James Baldwin Literature Prize
It is with great pleasure that we announce the winner of The James Baldwin Literature Prize of $1,000 to Hafsa Musa. Read more.
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