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That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”

Pictured above: Members of the Rutgers University Black Organization of Students (BOS) unfurl a banner renaming Rutgers-Newark's Conklin Hall in February of 1969. A little...

Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy

The following is an edited summary of comments made previously during The Angela Project (2017) conference and were initially slated for publication in a subsequent...

A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X

"This collection of essays by Black scholars and activists, edited by Jared Ball and Todd Steven Burroughs, is a critical response to Manning Marable's Pulitzer...

The Fake Of News

"Fake News" is a fake of news in that its contemporary meaning, use, deployment masks an initial "fakeness" of "news" itself. Thanks to professor Gus...

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That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”

Pictured above: Members of the Rutgers University Black Organization of Students (BOS) unfurl a banner renaming Rutgers-Newark's Conklin Hall in February of 1969. A little...

Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy

The following is an edited summary of comments made previously during The Angela Project (2017) conference and were initially slated for publication in a subsequent...

The Green Book and The Vernon Philosophy Of Black Media Avoidance

“I got a call from Mahershala Ali, a very, very respectful phone call, from him personally. He called me and my Uncle Maurice in which...

Redefining Veteran’s Day

Originally published in 2011 with Black Agenda Report. I am officially a veteran. Like many I was conscripted by this country’s “poverty draft” and its...

Can A Leopard Change Its Spots? Undermining the Black Studies Tradition

By Tryon P. Woods Speaking at a 1971 symposium sponsored by Atlanta’s Institute for the Black World, C.L.R. James made the observation that “all political...

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That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”

Pictured above: Members of the Rutgers University Black Organization of Students (BOS) unfurl a banner renaming Rutgers-Newark's Conklin Hall in February of 1969. A little...

Pan-Africanism, #ADOS, Reparations and Good Black Capitalism(?)

It was a pleasure to join Luqman Nation for this much needed discussion. https://youtu.be/-FbEcNCt-V8

Talking Pan-Africanism with Anoa Changa

I appreciated being invited to this discussion on The Way With Anoa and all that is revealed! "On this episode, Anoa first chats with Dr....

Black Universities: Shelter Or Storm?

Are Historically Black Colleges and Universities understood? Do HBCUs foster Black unity and radicalism or conservative acceptance of and adherence to establishment whims? What was...

Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy

The following is an edited summary of comments made previously during The Angela Project (2017) conference and were initially slated for publication in a subsequent...

A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X

"This collection of essays by Black scholars and activists, edited by Jared Ball and Todd Steven Burroughs, is a critical response to Manning Marable's Pulitzer...

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