Anatomy of Social Justice

“It is still true of the Negro in America, as it once was of the serfs of Europe, that city air makes men free, and this is true in more ways than are ordinarily conceived of. The great cities are now what the frontier and the wilderness once was, the refuge of the footloose, theContinue reading “Anatomy of Social Justice”

Blurred Lines

“The Black man certainly has to pay dear for carrying the White man’s burden.” – George Padmore, West-Indian Pan Afrikanist, 1936 “In the colonial society, education is such that it serves the colonialist …In a regime of slavery, education was but one institution for forming slaves.” – Statement of FRELIMO ( Mozambique Liberation Front) DepartmentContinue reading “Blurred Lines”

Black People as Just People and the Crisis of Capitalism

Black Power proponent Stokely Carmichael aka Kwame Ture in his book published in 1968 titled; Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America once wrote: “There is a strongly held view in this society that the best – indeed, perhaps the only – way for black people to win their political and economic rights isContinue reading “Black People as Just People and the Crisis of Capitalism”

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