The next step in the transformation of our politics?
By Thomas L Blair © 11 October 2015
Labour’s Black political activists have always had a thorny cotton row to hoe. 518 more words
WEB DuBois, Black Reconstruction, “Black Worker” and “The General Strike”
From its inception, US founded on principle of liberty for all and consent of the governed while maintaining millions of black folks in slavery. 1,093 more words
This seems to be an ever increasingly relevant and discussed question. To be upfront and honest, I really can’t answer that question. I would leave that to a more well informed, more versed, more traveled person than I. 1,322 more words
In previous post I have talked about the NAACP and how it’s mission has changed to now being an organization that only seeks to protects quotas and entitlements but does little to address the issues affecting the a sector of the black community. 2,332 more words
Beloved by undergraduates and reviled by right-wing ideologues, Columbia University’s Eric Foner is arguably the world’s foremost authority on the tumultuous period of American Reconstruction (1865-1877). 104 more words