Bob Rhodes is a legendary self-proclaimed (accurately) “idea man” who prefers the background to the limelight. He is one of the most brilliant still-living true Black Leftists who has yet maintained strong ties with the Black nationalist community. I had a chance to capture this portion of a conversation we had in the office of Dr. Conrad Worrill at the Jacob Carruthers Institute for Inner City Studies in Chicago February 21, 2015 as we set to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Malcolm X’s assassination.

2 thoughts on “Lineages of Black History: A (Too Brief) Conversation with Bob Rhodes

  1. Wow, the professor still in his prime! All of those of us who were students of his can only hope we do him honor by striving to pursue all the domains where he pointed us, even if we didn’t go there while under his teaching in the day…


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