Along with William C. Anderson, Zoé is the co-author of a book titled As Black as Resistance (AK Press), which engages the anarchistic position of Black people in the United States. It can be ordered here

As Black as Resistance is an urgently needed book . . . a call to action through an embrace of the anarchy of blackness as a recognition and a refusal of the deathly logics of liberalism and consumption. In the face of the ever expanding carceral state, levels of inequality, environmental degradation, and resurgent fascism, this book offers a map to imagining the liberated futures that we can and must and do make.”
—Christina Sharpe, author of In the Wake: On Blackness and Being


“Verso authors pick their favorite books of the year” (Verso)
“The Must-Read Race and Culture Books of the Summer” (Colorlines)
Excerpt from “What Lands on Us" (The New Inquiry)
"As Black as Resistance" by Mariame Kabe (Full Stop)
Black Agenda Report Book Forum: Zoé Samudzi and William C. Anderson's  As Black As Resistance
Revolution, Not Amelioration, is Necessary to End Oppression by Tasasha Henderson (Truthout)
'As Black as Resistance' Gets Real About Oppression by June Eric-Udorie (KQED)
'As Black as Resistance' Seizes Justice by Its Roots by Liam Konlon (Women Write About Comics)