How this trailblazing Jamaican professor and former British Black Panther changed the world

How this trailblazing Jamaican professor and former British Black Panther changed the world

Beverley Bryan loved reading right from childhood. It was through reading books from authors such as James Baldwin and Richard Wright that she came to know more about race, particularly what it meant to be Black and a minority. She followed it up with sermons from...
California Focus: Reparations: Resurrecting volatile historic issues

California Focus: Reparations: Resurrecting volatile historic issues

One year after California created America’s first official task force on reparations for Black slavery, every question remains open: Will there be reparations and if so, what shape should they take and who should pay them? Of course, Blacks were never the only victims...
Jeffrey C. Stewart on the Genesis of Alain Locke’s Transformative “New Negro Aesthetic”

Jeffrey C. Stewart on the Genesis of Alain Locke’s Transformative “New Negro Aesthetic”

  Imagine the scene: A middle-aged, still youthful African American sits at an outdoor café on the Italian Riviera, in the town of San Remo, sometime in August 1924. Barely taller than the little children playing in the street before him, the man is dressed in...
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