A Political and Literary Forum
The threat of fascism has grown before our eyes. Black Marxism helps us to fight it with greater clarity, with a more expansive conception of the task before us, and with ever more questions.
Robin D. G. Kelley
The project of decontextualizing language.
Nicholas Wade's A Troublesome Inheritance is scientifically dubious and blind to its racist implications.
Philip N. Cohen
Peter Matthiessen's Orientalism.
After twenty years of electoral dominance by the African National Congress, are South African politics finally becoming competitive?
Two radical notions in the early 1970s, having a black president and permitting homosexual marriage, have pretty much come to pass.
Claude S. Fischer
If gangsta rap lyrics are evidence of criminality, what are we to make of gruesome murders depicted in many folk and country songs?
What happens when identity returns to crumble our defenses.
The Triple Package blames culture and invents history.
The U.S. is funding development in restive Northern Nigeria, but soft power isn't blunting anti-American sentiments.
The internationalism of black radicals was an alternative to a universalism that wasn't universal.
Blind people are constantly socialized to pay attention to race and its significance.
Osagie K. Obasogie
OneTouch travels the African continent, showcasing its natural beauty.
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David Theo Goldberg
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