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Black Deaths Matter? Sousveillance and the Invisibility of Black Life

Abstract: This article examines the shooting of Philando Castile, and his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds’, decision to film his death at the hands of the police, in order to explore the potential of live-streaming applications as a form of “sousveillance” that can expose white supremacy from below. In highlighting the political economy constraints that limit the … Continue reading Black Deaths Matter? Sousveillance and the Invisibility of Black Life