Amiri Baraka, Black Literature and the Prospect of Radical Thought

January 23, 2014 Jared Ball 0 Comments

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Drs. Todd Steven Burroughs and Hate, The Killer Bs squad were on hand to report back on Amiri Baraka‘s funeral service, Black literature and the prospects for radical thought and organization moving forward.  We discussed Baraka and Burroughs’ “Backed Up Book Reviews” of MK Asante, Randall Kennedy, Geoff Wisner and Devorah Heitner.

See also:

— Our previous debate with Baraka over whether to support Obama’s election.

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