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The Apocalyptic Baldwin  

I Am Not Your Negro shows how James Baldwin became disillusioned about the possibility of any peaceful resolution to racism, but underplays the force of his internationalist and anti-capitalist perspective.



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How the Slants Reclaimed Their Name  

Simon Tam, frontman of the Asian-American dance-rock band, says the recent Supreme Court ruling allowing the group to keep their name affirms that “ultimately communities should be able to determine what’s best for themselves.”













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A People’s Mayor  

On June 6, Chokwe Antar Lumumba won 93 percent of the vote to become mayor of Jackson, Mississippi. Jackson, a city that is 80 percent black, with 31 percent of its population living in poverty, is the capital of a …





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Namibia’s Monuments to Genocide  

In many Namibian cities, monuments to the twentieth century’s first genocide still stand, and have become a key battleground for activists demanding reparations from Germany for its colonial-era crimes.



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