- Kazembe, L. D. (2018). Keeping peace: Reflections on life, legacy, commitment, and struggle with Cornel West, Haki R. Madhubuti, and Father Michael Pfleger, Ed. Chicago: Third World Press Foundation.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2018). Write to be: Poetry by Stateville writers. Third World Press Foundation and Poetry Foundation of Chicago.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2017). Not our president: New directions from the pushed out, the others, and the clear majority in Trump’s stolen America, Co-editor. Chicago: Third World Press Foundation.
PEER-REVIEWED SCHOLARLY ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS
- Kazembe, L. D. (forthcoming). “Curriculum Studies and Indigenous Global Contexts of Culture, Power, and Equity.” In M. F. He & W. Schubert (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2020). “The Steep Edge of a Dark Abyss”: Mohonk, White Social Engineers, and Black Education. Journal of Black Studies.
- Jackson, T. O., Kazembe, L. D., and Morgan, L. (forthcoming). Internalized Racism and the Pursuit of Cultural Relevancy: Decolonizing Practices for Critical Consciousness with Preservice Teachers of Color. Theory Into Practice (special issue). Under review.
- Kazembe, L. D., Etienne, L. K., and Jackson, T. O. (forthcoming). Geoliteracy and Global Dimensions of Black Student Learning. In Boutte, G., Ed. We Be Lovin’ Black Children.
- Kazembe, L. D., and King, J. E. (forthcoming). Prospects and possibilities in the Black intellectual tradition. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (special issue). In press.
- Kazembe, L. D. (forthcoming). A mighty love: Culture, community, and liberatory practices among educators of color. Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color (book chapter) In press.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2019). “Listen to the Blood”: Du Bois, cultural memory, and the Black radical tradition in education. Socialism and Democracy. 32. 146-163.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2017). Reading the world: Toward a praxis of inquiry, critical literacy, and cultural knowledge. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2015). Teachers as improvisational artists. In He, M.F., Schubert, W., Schultz, B., Eds. SAGE Guide to Curriculum in Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
- McGee, E. O. & Kazembe, L. D. (2015). Entertainers or education researchers? The challenges associated with presenting while Black, Race Ethnicity and Education.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2014). Furious flowers: Using Black arts inquiry and pedagogy to engage Black males. Journal of African American Males in Education, 5(1), 36-52.
ESSAYS & POPULAR MEDIA
- Kazembe, L. D. (2016). Let the drums talk: Defiance and definition in the art of Amiri Baraka. In Brilliant flame! Amiri Baraka: Poems, plays, politics for the people. Eds., Haki R. Madhubuti, Michael Simanga, Sonia Sanchez and Woody King Jr. Third World Press Foundation.
- Kazembe, L. D. (2019). "Because Time is Long". Socialism & Democracy Journal (3rd ed., vol. 32, pp. 231-232). Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis.
- Kazembe, L. D. and Madhubuti, H. R. (2019). A New Music Screaming in the Sun: Haki R. Madhubuti & the Nationalization/Internationalization of Chicago’s BAM . Chicago Review.