Photograph: Farrah Skeiky | The Guardian
Amid increased backlash to the business of Afropunk, a host of collectives, festivals and artists of color have continued the punk resistance elsewhere.
Whether as a reaction against Afropunk’s (LLC) perceived betrayal of punk values, a result of today’s political climate, or an increasing demand for visibility for marginalized communities, the past couple of years have been a watershed moment for independent black and brown punk festivals and punk bands of color across the US. The upsurge of festivals and collectives of color has also seen a rise of POC punk bands - learn more about them within...
Read 'We still need to be seen': behind the rise of black punk culture on The Guardian.