Yula Burin

Yula Burin researches black women’s herstory, is involved in decolonial environmental politics as a member of Decolonizing Environmentalism and the Marikana Solidarity Collective. Her other interest is looking at space, place and time and their impact on the black female self and psyche, and developing a psychogeography that is rooted in the black female experience. She is a former member of the Feminist Library Collective.


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