History is a weapon. The powerful have their version of events, the people have another. And if we understand how the past was forged, we arm ourselves to change the future.
This is a history of struggle, revolution and social change: of hominids,
An illuminating and riveting history of the discourse on racism, antisemitism, and psychopathology, this book connects past and present claims about race and racism, showing the dangerous implications of this specious line of thought for today.
Back to Black traces the long and eminent history of Black radical politics. Kehinde Andrews explores the true roots of this tradition and connects the dots to today's struggles by showing what a renewed politics of Black radicalism might look like.
Focusing on the strategies and organizational models church women employed in the fight for social justice, Adams tracks the intersections of politics and religion, race and gender, and place and space in a New York City suburb.