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Dusky Literati 12h
“Swinging While I’m Singing”: Spike Lee, Public Enemy, and the Message in the Music via
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Black Perspectives 12h
Today on we're featuring a post from guest blogger Mark Anthony Neal () on "'Swinging While I’m Singing': Spike Lee, Public Enemy, and the Message in the Music"--
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Black Perspectives Jun 21
Also on today, we are featuring an original poem from Lavinia Jackson, titled "Rebuilding a Church"--
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Black Perspectives Jun 21
Today on J.T. Roane ( ) interviews Keisha-Gaye Anderson () about her latest collection of poetry, "Everything is Necessary" --
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Black Perspectives Jun 20
Today on Lise Breen offers a post on "Inculcated Forgetfulness at a New England Port"--
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Black Perspectives Jun 19
Today on Joshua Clark Davis () offers a post on "When John Hope Franklin and Pepsi Made a Black History Record"--
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Black Perspectives Jun 18
Also on , J.T. Roane interviews author Nicholas R. Jones () in "Staging Habla de Negros: Radical Performances of the African Diaspora in Early Modern Spain"--
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Black Perspectives Jun 18
Today on , Guy Emerson ( ) offers a post on "Towards an Antifascist Pedagogy"--
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Andy Lewis Jun 17
He was a great historian. Voices of Protest, Brinkley's first book about Huey Long and Father Coughlin in the 1930s, is both a great read and incredibly insightful (and with a lot to say about our present moment).
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Chad Williams Jun 17
4 years ago a white supremacist killed 9 black people in Emanuel A.M.E. Church. Thinking today about the and other victims of racist violence. Also grateful for everyone who contributed to and my amazing co-editors & .
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Christopher Cameron Jun 17
Death, Grieving, and the Necessity of History by via
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Ibram X. Kendi Jun 16
One of the most pernicious racist ideas about Black men is the idea that Black fathers are the least involved. In fact, Black fathers are the most involved. There are checked out fathers of all races. But today we celebrate engaged fathers. To my fellow fathers, .
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Equal Justice Initiative Jun 17
On this day in 1971, President Nixon announced a "War on Drugs'" and later, almost exclusively, criminalized communities of color. To overcome racial inequality, we must confront our history. Share this
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Black Perspectives Jun 17
Today on , Sasha Turner () offers a post on "Death, Grieving, and the Necessity of History"--
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Dr. Colette Harris Mathews Jun 15
An education allows you to dig deeper into YOUR truth! An education is NOT the paper. Yes, the paper matters, but it is what you do with what you’ve learned that matters more!
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Dr. Keisha N. Blain Jun 16
Robert Townsend to be honored by local arts group; talks legacy, inclusion and the late John Singleton
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Not Without Black Women Jun 15
Uzo Aduba To Play Shirley Chisholm In FX Limited Series, ‘Mrs. America’
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MAAH Stone Book Award Jun 6
14/53 's "Reclaiming the Black Past" explores how 21st century Af-Am history is regarded, depicted, & juggled by diverse & contesting interpreters from museum curators to filmmakers, entertainers, politicians, journalists, & bloggers.
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Dr. Stephen G. Hall Jun 16
Remembering my father, Clyde Allen Hall . He possessed a third grade education and worked two jobs as a janitorial foreman. Self-educated, avid reader, cultivated my love of the spoken and written word. Gentle, Quiet and Refined
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American History TV Jun 14
This weekend on Lectures in History, visit the classroom of who teaches a class about Malcolm X's views on Africa. Watch on Saturday at 8pm ET on C-SPAN 3.
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