Zoé Samudzi

Zoé Samudzi is a writer, photographer, and a sociology doctoral candidate—her work focuses on German colonialism, the Herero and Nama genocide and its afterlife, and science’s role in producing indigenous/Black/African identity. She is a columnist for New Life Quarterly and the archivist for the Oakland-based MATATU performative think tank.

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