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Gurminder Bhambra: What does the Haitian Revolution tell us about the Society of Equals? — Theory, Culture & Society | Global Public Life

Gurminder Bhambra: What does the Haitian Revolution tell us about the Society of Equals? — Theory, Culture & Society | Global Public Life

In Pierre Rosanvallon’s new book, Society of Equals, Santo Domingo (as the French colony is named by the translator) is mentioned on page 16, alongside the United States and France, as one of the fundamental sites of the new spirit of equality that animated the...
How Bahamians came to be among the first settlers in Miami – the history you may not know

How Bahamians came to be among the first settlers in Miami – the history you may not know

In 1896 when the city of Miami was established, historians say that there were 367 people who voted to officially make it a city. Of that number, 162 were Black residents. And the first name on the charter of the city was that of a Black man called Silas Austin. In...
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