Ida B. Wells and Lessons to be Learned from South Carolina

July 1, 2015 Jared Ball 0 Comments

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Ida B. Wells and Lessons to Learn from South Carolina

Dr. Paula Giddings discusses the South Carolina massacre, church burnings, Ferguson and more in the context of her work on the life and politics of Ida B. Wells.

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  1. Thank you for this. What I think is particularly important is Prof. Giddings’ point about the inter- and transnational character of organised white supremacist fascist organizing and activity. In all of Europe, in Russia, in the US, these are not white angry isolated young man, but killers, or potential killers with very good supra-national connections.

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