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Forged in Struggle: How Migration, Resistance and Decolonization Shape Black Identities and Liberation Movements in North America

by Benjamin Ndugga-Kabuye & Tia Oso (Black Alliance for Just Immigration)

There is a graveyard at the center of American democracy. At this late moment we are still coming to terms with how Black migration inspires anxiety for anyone concerned with the maintenance of empire, nationhood, and… 2,455 more words

The Relevance of Our Elderly Generation

In a recent exchange of emails with a group of younger people in the San Antonio area, I offered my critique of what NWA represented to our culture. 695 more words

Black History

In defense of being judgmental

A recent example of what happens when people ignore the traditional role of salaries as a means of rewarding performance is the owner who decided all his employees, himself included, should earn $70,000-a-year. 1,018 more words

Muñoz in Small Axe

There is a forum on José E. Muñoz in the July 2015 issue of Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism: 60 more words


REL 321 The Bible and Race in the USA

In the journey to become American, communities necessarily must contend with the Bible and race. Although there’s no hard and fast rule (currently) that dictates this, history has shown the Bible and race to not only be crucial but also interrelated elements in the American experience. 297 more words