Tag Archives: Slavery

Ta-Nehisi Coates, Bernie Sanders, Martin Luther King, Socialism and #Reparations | #Blog#42

Ta-Nehisi Coates in his Atlantic piece, dated January 19th, 2016, asks, “Why Precisely Is Bernie Sanders Against Reparations? The Vermont senator’s political imagination is active against plutocracy, but why is it so limited against white supremacy?” Continue reading Ta-Nehisi Coates, Bernie Sanders, Martin Luther King, Socialism and #Reparations | #Blog#42

Some (choice) notes on Jonathan Zimmerman’s #BlackOnCampus op-ed | #BlackLivesMatter to Blog#42

Jonathan Zimmerman’s reductionist essay, Take a cue from Ralph Ellison: Don’t demean minority students by overprotecting them, Continue reading Some (choice) notes on Jonathan Zimmerman’s #BlackOnCampus op-ed | #BlackLivesMatter to Blog#42

Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech: “The Three Evils of Society | #CivilRights on Blog#42

Martin Luther King gave “The Three Evils of Society” speech on August 31, 1967, at the first and only National Conference on New Politics in Chicago. Continue reading Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech: “The Three Evils of Society | #CivilRights on Blog#42