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Ida Bae Wells Aug 4
This was such a great Q&A with ⁦⁩ about an area of tension and at times vicious disagreement amongst economists and economic historians— particularly NHC scholars — that the perhaps naively stepped right into.
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Joyce E. Chaplin Aug 8
“Succeeding generations will write different kinds of histories—and should,” Bernard Bailyn said. I now teach the class on early American historiography and always use Bailyn’s “Ideological Origins.” This fall I’m also using the . As he’d have done.
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Black diaspora Voice. Aug 5
I have never seen the cops using dogs and white population. The dogs were created from the days of slavery do use against the runaway slaves.And they’re still using dogs on us today. . . . .
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Midwin Charles Aug 7
This history lesson on slavery is doing right now re is poignant. I can’t begin to stress the importance of her hosting this show!
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Nathan Dudley Aug 7
Replying to @RexChapman
Unfortunately and fortunately the history of American music is replete with white people trying to sing like this. For 100 years much of that singing was caricatured as minstrelsy in blackface. provides a great podcast discussing this history.
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Serious Black 😷 19h
These folks going after Kamala Harris’ Blackness only prove how much education like the is needed! The ignorance of the history of slavery throughout the Americas and Caribbean is mind blowing! Y’all are dumb!
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𝚂𝚎𝚛𝚎𝚗𝚎 🦠🔬🪀 Aug 11
Was on Wikipedia reading a little on King George III & making a few edits, & as usual veering into some related slavery stuff, when I happened on the first random link I think I’ve seen. Progress! While pointing it out thought I’d add some educational material, too.
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W reads news Aug 6
For those who are interested, here are the podcasts that shed light on how slavery shaped the US from the led by (the project is mentioned by John Oliver in his latest video on US History)
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O P West 17h
Imagine being so delusional as a writer on the , that you decide to purposefully misunderstand how to define race in America..AA is for , she decend from Slave owners in Jamaica, not the slaves...try again...Brahman Indian Jamaican is not ....simple
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thomas Jr. 🛠 16h
I just wanna know if saw the poem I wrote inspired by her using the phrase “kick rocks” to me on twitter, which actually made me appreciate her even more ps - anyone who hasn’t read the yet please really go do that
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Tara McCrone 15h
Listening to the podcast. Very moving and educationally eye-opening. Inspired to use what I have learned in the classroom this year.
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Koritha Mitchell 20h
A joy to S/O , , Ta'Nehisi Coates, ,   And, of course, , , Jessica Williams, and Darlene Clark Hine
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Andrew Lopez Aug 8
“none of the actions we are told black people must take if the want to ‘lift themselves’ out of poverty and gain financial stability can mitigate 400 years of racialized plundering”
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Caoimhe Whelan, IBCLC Aug 6
I thought I understood racism, discrimination and inequity until I listed to the 1619 Project podcast. Essential listening....for everyone.
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𝕬𝖑𝖆𝖉𝖉𝖎𝖓𝕴𝖓𝖘𝖆𝖓𝖊 🌈🌟♿️🌊 12h
This country was largely built up by immigrants who came in to do the jobs nobody else would do*. Immigrants work hard, raise the tax base, and will pay for your grandma’s Medicare with their taxes. One party sees this. *Also see
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Eric London Aug 7
What a life. "The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution" is a devastating pre-rebuttal to the lies of the . was a master American historian with profound democratic sensibilities. Among the very, very best.
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Derek Cortez Aug 5
About to start the “Nice White Parents” podcast. And I can tell it’s going to be good. And the 3.5 rating is just people 1 starring it without even listening to it, still fuming over and
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Canadian Taxpayer Aug 7
Black Lives Matter protest in Alberta.
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Max Finberg Aug 11
via Another reason why the ⁦⁩ is so necessary. And grateful for the ⁦⁩ and her for raising the issues it has.
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Dr. DaVonne (DAY-von) Darby 3h
I thought I knew something when I wrote this caption last year. Where has the time gone?!???! The has taken on soooo many lives of its own since this day. We had a lot of…
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