No humans involved

by Erin Christovale | 21 February 2022
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The term 'no humans involved' emerged shortly after the 1991 beating of Rodney King, when it was discovered that the Los Angeles Police Department was using the term as a shorthand for casework that involved Black and Latino men and sex workers. Sylvia Wynter challenged her academic colleagues to consider how they themselves might be contributing to the cultural mindset that gave rise to this exclusionary definition of human. This led to a collection of works by contemporary artists to explore opportunities for social unity rather than division.
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The term 'no humans involved' emerged shortly after the 1991 beating of Rodney King, when it was discovered that the Los Angeles Police Department was using the term as a shorthand for casework that involved Black and Latino men and sex workers. Sylvia Wynter challenged her academic colleagues to consider how they themselves might be contributing to the cultural mindset that gave rise to this exclusionary definition of human. This led to a collection of works by contemporary artists to explore opportunities for social unity rather than division.
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