Emancipatory Journalism

Whose Independence? The 4th, Polticial Prisoners and Radical Electoral Politics

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The Killer Bs squad was on hand today to reset the context of the 4th of July to center the experiences of African people and radical political workers.  We heard from the Cornel West Theory, Akala and Pharoahe Monch plus aired a portion of our extended conversation with Marshall Eddie Conway about the meaning of the 4th to the enslaved.  Dr. Todd Steven Burroughs joined us to discuss his new book on Ras Baraka‘s mayoral election and its place in the history of anti-4th political traditions.

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