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Dialect. is based in Los Angeles. 

We produce journalism; videos, essays, podcasts and limited print publications.

 

Our work explores the culture, identity, and history of social movements, political activism, community organizing, and transformative justice.

 

As journalists, artists, scholars, etc. we aim to examine the stories of those who attempt to redefine contemporary visions of power, democracy, equality, and liberation.

A CHAT WITH KYOKO TAKENAKA + TOBI ADEBAJO ON FEMINISM AND FILMMAKING  

For an episode of our Picture Theory podcast we sat down with two imaginative, radical artist-activists who live on different sides of the world. One in Los Angeles, the other in the UK. 

An activists guide to the core concepts in Arundhati Roy's book. Written by Jarrod Cann.

Capitalism: A Ghost Story

An activists guide to the core concepts in Noam Chomsky's book.

Who Rules The World?

An activists guide to the core concepts Kendi's book.

How to be an antiracist?