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Most Read Articles of 2020

Each year, our most read articles list hints to the ideas, cultural work, and practices that have loomed large in the collective consciousness of our readers and communities. This year’s list is no different, with the most read articles focusing on ways to uplift the cultural and community organizing that continues to happen, especially within and for Black and Indigenous communities and artists. This list suggests things that many of us already know: exactly how intertwined we are—in our demands and the depth of our fightand how important it is that we record our stories, successes, perspectives, and the relentless injustices we face in all parts of our lives.

Brought to you by writers Andrea Carlson (with Teshika Silver), Black Faculty at SAIC, Tempestt Hazel (with Ireashia Bennett and Kiki Lechuga-Dupont), The Blackivists, and Kirin Wachter Grene, along with the Teens Reimagining Art, Community, and Environment (TRACE) and Alt_ artists and interns Catherine Arroyo, Preleah Campbell, Danelise Comas, Paris Dority, and Darius Hazen, here are our 10 most-read articles in no particular order:

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Most Read Articles of 2020
Where are the Native Artists at the MCA? written by Andrea Coleman with Illustrations by Teshika Silver.
Most Read Articles of 2020
A Letter from the Black Faculty at SAIC.
Most Read Articles of 2020
Tricia Hersey, a testimony on liberation theology and rest as inheritance, written by Tempestt Hazel with photos by Ireashia Bennett.
Most Read Articles of 2020
Intimate Justice: An Interview with Lucy Stoole, written by S. Nicole Lane.
Most Read Articles of 2020
The Blackivists’ 5 Tips for Donating Your Materials.
A Scene of Her Own: The Inimitable Vaginal Davis, written by Kirin Wachter-Grene.
Most Read Articles of 2020
In The Cut: A Virtual Exhibition by TRACE and Alt_Space.
Most Read Articles of 2020
Recursos Hacia la Liberación Negra / Resources Toward Black Liberation.
Most Read Articles of 2020
Korra, a testimony on Black Girlhood written by Tempestt Hazel, illustration by Kiki Lechuga Dupont.
Most Read Articles of 2020
The Blackivists’ 5 Tips for Organizers, Protestors, and Anyone Documenting Movements.

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Featured Image: Ten images in the form of scribbles. Each one has an image within it from one of the featured articles listed above. Featured images described with credits at each article link.