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 12 Comments on The Revolution On Your Momma’s Coffee Table: Lerone Bennett Jr., Black Power, Pan-Africanism and the Schizophrenia of Ebony Magazine, 1966-1976
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The Revolution On Your Momma’s Coffee Table: Lerone Bennett Jr., Black Power, Pan-Africanism and the Schizophrenia of Ebony Magazine, 1966-1976

 3 Comments on Hoyt Fuller and the Architects of the Black Arts Movement
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Hoyt Fuller and the Architects of the Black Arts Movement

 1 Comment on Black Power and Its Discontents
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Black Power and Its Discontents

 4 Comments on Stokely: A Review of ‘Our Premier Interpreter’ of Black Power Studies
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Stokely: A Review of ‘Our Premier Interpreter’ of Black Power Studies

 0 Comment on Black Power Remembered with Ms. Dorie Ladner
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Black Power Remembered with Ms. Dorie Ladner

 0 Comment on The 50th Anniversary of Black Power: From Kwame Ture to Rosa Clemente, The Vote and an Appeal to the Green Party
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The 50th Anniversary of Black Power: From Kwame Ture to Rosa Clemente, The Vote and an Appeal to the Green Party

 0 Comment on Radicalism in the Civil Rights Movement and Black Liberation Struggles
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Radicalism in the Civil Rights Movement and Black Liberation Struggles

 3 Comments on From Selma to Redskins: No Hooks for the Hip-Hop Chronicles
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From Selma to Redskins: No Hooks for the Hip-Hop Chronicles

 0 Comment on Hip-Hop and Black Power: From the U. of S.A. to the U.S. of A.
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Hip-Hop and Black Power: From the U. of S.A. to the U.S. of A.

 11 Comments on “Sophisticated Slavery:” Andile Mngxitama & The Legacy Of Steve Biko
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“Sophisticated Slavery:” Andile Mngxitama & The Legacy Of Steve Biko