Zoé Samudzi is a writer whose work has appeared in The New Inquiry, Warscapes, Truthout, ROAR Magazine, Teen Vogue, BGD, Bitch Media, Verso, and other spaces. She has a column at Broadlyabout visual culture as well as a column about photography in Wolfman Books' New Life Quarterly. She is the artist-in-residence at the Ashara Ekundayo Gallery in Oakland, California, and she was a member of the 2017/18 Public Imagination cohort of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) Fellows Program. Her work seeks to merge political theory, visual studies and photography, and critical approaches to science in service of a blended multidisciplinary means of articulating Blackness.
Along with William C. Anderson, she is the co-author of As Black as Resistance: Finding the Conditions for Our Liberation (AK Press), which engages the anarchistic position of Black people in the United States.