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Thursday, April 8, 2021


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Left of Black S11 · E22 | Black Success and White Mobs with Koritha Mitchell
Picture this: an angry mob of white citizens roaming the streets of their city to execute "justice" by seeking, not criminals who have harmed others, but Black families who achieved some level of financial success in their pursuit of the "American dream." From the Reconstruction era all the way to the Obamas in the White House, white anger at the sight of Black excellence has been an all-too-comm
The Time of the Black Radical Tradition: Josh Myers on Cedric Robinson
"In his seminal text, Black Marxism: The Making of the Black Radical Tradition , Cedric J. Robinson posits the group of black intellectuals challenging Marxism at the height of anti-colonial consciousness as forming a distinct, political tradition, one whose critiques constituted “the continuing development of a collective consciousness informed by the historical struggles for liberation and moti
Harlem on My Mind: Jacob Lawrence
"A signed print by Jacob Lawrence sends Into America host Trymaine Lee down a rabbit hole. It begins with an exploration of how Lawrence shaped Harlem, and how Harlem shaped him."
FUC 018 | Tiffany Lethabo King — Beyond Work
" Tiffany Lethabo King , Associate Professor of African-American Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Georgia State University, joins FUC for a talk titled "Beyond Work: Black and Indigenous Feminist Critiques of Work-as-Being."

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