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Revolution and Continuing Resistance in Haiti

By Dr. Maulana Karenga, Professor and Chair of Africana Studies, CSULB As we celebrate and commemorate month of revolution and resistance we call Black August,...

Advanced Placement courses could clash with laws that target critical race theory

By Suneal Kolluri, University of California, Riverside Scientific theories to justify racism. Laws and Supreme Court decisions that denied Black people equal rights. The imperialist...

What the US can learn from apartheid-era book bans in South Africa

By Helen Kapstein, John Jay College of Criminal Justice “Beloved.” “The Hate U Give.” “Maus.” “Burger’s Daughter.” Each of these books has been banned at some...

California Reparations Task Force Releases Interim Report

By Voice & Viewpoint Newswire As part of California’s historic Assembly Bill 3121 (AB 3121), the California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals...

“Ashamed”: Newspapers Apologize for Decades of Negative Coverage on Black Communities

In at least three instances, an analysis of historical behavior by the newspapers themselves has been followed by an apology. The papers in the...