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“History’s potency is mighty. The oppressed need it for identity and inspiration; oppressors for justification, rationalization and legitimacy. Nothing illustrates this more clearly than the history writing on the American Negro people.” – Herbert Aptheker in John Henrik Clarke (Ed.), William Styron’s Nat Turner: Ten Black Writers Respond (1968), p. vii. (more…)
I don’t believe the furor over the 1999 Penn State Rape issue is truly about Nate Parker…nor the woman who he was accused of raping (named “Julia” in this essay)…nor is it truly about rape at all. (more…)
Dr. T. Hasan Johnson is interviewed on Mumia Obsidian Ali’s Blog Talk Radio Show on July 7, 2016!
About a week or so ago, I was pissed about what I refer to as dispassionate “Ken doll,” “good progressive men” knock offs who speak in hush tones, end sentences in questions (because someone told them that declarative statements were patriarchal), and overly cater to feminists. (more…)