Black History Month

 
 
Carter Woodson and the road to African American History Month

Carter Woodson and the road to African American History Month

Meet Carter G. Woodson, the Black historian who founded Negro History Week in 1926.

BY: Norman Markowitz| February 23, 2021
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John Hope Franklin: Chronicler of African American history

John Hope Franklin: Chronicler of African American history

The finest tribute to John Hope Franklin would be to continue the fight against systemic racism.

BY: Norman Markowitz| February 8, 2021
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They Robbed Me of My Sight But Not My Vision: A Biographical Intervention of Former CPUSA Chairman, Henry Winston by Tony Pecinovsky

They Robbed Me of My Sight But Not My Vision: A Biographical Intervention of Former CPUSA Chairman, Henry Winston by Tony Pecinovsky

Tony Pecinovsky sits down with the Edna Griffin Club in Iowa during Black History Month to give a presentation of his recent book, Let Them Tremble: Biographical Interventions Marking 100...

May 5, 2020
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Towards an anti-capitalist Black liberation strategy

Towards an anti-capitalist Black liberation strategy

The author calls for a Communist Black liberation strategy that embraces all poor and oppressed people.

BY: Jamal Rich| February 25, 2020
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