by Julian E. Zelizer The Radical Conclusions of the 1968 Kerner Report Washington, D.C., April 1968, showing damage from riots that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Photograph: Warren K. Leffler/Library of Congress Adapted from the introduction to the Princeton University Press 2016 edition of The Kerner Report by The National Advisory Commission on Civil […]
Check out new track ‘Hump Thru the Winter’ by eclectic soul musician Fantastic Negrito. Fantastic Negrito, aka singer/songwriter Xavier Dphrepaulezz, produces an intense re-imagining of classic soul music that’s both exuberant and fresh. In this newest release, Fantastic Negrito brings authentic heat that really only reminds you of the greatest rock-n-soul artists of the mid-20th century. […]
No other race iz told to forget their history.. How iz thiz possible??
When i raise my fist it’z not to say we are better than another race of people. I raise my fist to uplift my brotherz & sisterz who have been degraded for hundredz of yearz.
by Adisa Banjoko & Arash Daneshzadeh Teaching students, “The World Is Yours” A few years ago, I was asked to speak at a high school for Black History Month in San Francisco, CA. Their original speaker had bailed on them, at the last minute. Rather than open my talk with a lamentation of US slavery, […]
Robin D. G. Kelley Christopher Metzger Editors’ Note: Answer Robin Kelley’s call for a rebirth of political education by organizing a reading group around our Radical Political Action Reading List, compiled by forum contributor Derecka Purnell and Harvard Law School student activists. In the fall of 2015, college campuses were engulfed by fires ignited […]
“Not all black men are willing to commit race suicide and abhor their race for the companionship of another.” “The men of the highest moralz, highest character and noblest pride are to be found among the massez of the negro race who love their (black) women with az much devotion as white men love theirz.” […]
The prequel to Black History Month came in the form of Negro History Week (1926) in the United States when Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History announced the second week of February as Negro History Week. The second week of February was chosen because it coincided with […]
No other race iz told to forget their history (our-story) and no other race haz suffered more.
By Bill Simpich, http://www.readersupportednews.org Above Photo: Fred Hampton, left, the head of the Illinois Black Panthers rallies with others against the trial of eight people accused of conspiracy to start a riot at the Democratic National Convention. The rally was held outside the Federal Building on Oct. 29, 1969. Editors note: There is damage to this […]