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Book Archives - Institute of the Black World 21st Century

Demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd hold up placards up near the White House on May 31, 2020 in Washington, DC. - Thousands of National Guard troops patrolled major US cities after five consecutive nights of protests over racism and police brutality that boiled over into arson and looting, sending shock waves through the country. The death Monday of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, at the hands of police in Minneapolis ignited this latest wave of outrage in the US over law enforcement's repeated use of lethal force against African Americans -- this one like others before captured on cellphone video.

Robin DiAngelo: How ‘white fragility’ supports racism and how whites can stop it

By Editors' Choice

The author of one of the best selling books on racism, Robin DiAngelo tells us about how “white fragility” contributes to racism, and how white people can stop it. By Sandee LaMotte, CNN — If you’re a white person in America, social justice educator Robin DiAngelo has a message for you: You’re a racist, pure and simple, and without a lifetime of conscious effort you always will be. You just…

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Dr. Ron Daniels, President, IBW21

Still on This Journey: Dr. Ron Daniels stops by York College on February 20, 2020

By Events, News & Current Affairs

Thursday, February 20, 2020, 6:00 PM — On the eve of the 54th Commemoration of the Martyrdom of “Our Black Shining Prince” to celebrate the life and legacy of Malcolm X: From Prison to Prophetic Voice for Liberation, Dr. Ron Daniels will present a reading from his latest book “Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission of Dr. Ron Daniels” followed by a book signing with books available for purchase….

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Dr. Ron Daniels stops by Howard University Founders Library for a book signing and conversation about Reparations, Gentrification and Pan-Africanism.

Still on This Journey: Dr. Ron Daniels stops by Howard University

By Events, News & Current Affairs

January 28, 2020, Washington, DC — Dr. Ron Daniels stopped by Howard University Founders Library for a signing of his new book Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission of Dr. Ron Daniels and conversation about Reparations, Gentrification, Pan-Africanism and and 2020 The Year of Marcus Garvey. This event was sponsored by the Department of Afro-American Studies of Howard University and hosted by Nkechi Taifia, Esq., Dr. Julianne Malveaux…

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Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission Dr. Ron Daniels

Book Signing and Conversation with Dr. Ron Daniels – January 9th, Newark, NJ

By Events

Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission Dr. Ron Daniels Date/Time: Thursday, January 9, 2020 – 7:00 PM Sharp. Location: Abyssinian Baptist Church 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ 07112. Doors Open at 6:30 PM Hosted by: “Senator” Chairman Larry Hamm and POP Co-Hosted by: Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Dr. Monique Swift and Sister Barbara King Books Available Books will be available for purchase at the book signing event: $30.00…

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Still on This Journey: Maurice Mitchell hosts a conversation with Dr. Ron Daniels.

Still on This Journey: Maurice Mitchell hosts a conversation with Dr. Ron Daniels

By Events, News & Current Affairs

December 9, 2019, Brooklyn, NY — Dr. Ron Daniels stopped by Automatic Studios in Brooklyn, New York for a signing of his new book Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission of Dr. Ron Daniels and conversation with the event’s host Maurice Mitchell, National Director of the Working Families Party (WFP). Maurice Mitchell on Dr. Daniels and book “Dr. Ron Daniels possesses a rare amalgam of skills, wry wit,…

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The Freedman. Artist: John Quincy Adams Ward. 1863

The Sexual Assault and Exploitation of Enslaved Men in America

By Reparations

By Thomas A. Foster, History News Network — Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from Rethinking Rufus: Sexual Violations of Enslaved Men by Thomas A. Foster. Reprinted with permission from The University of Georgia Press. The promise of freedom may also have been used to entice enslaved men into sexual contact with white women. In eighteenth-century Pennsylvania, one court record of punishment meted out to a white woman and an enslaved man for…

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Slave Patrol

Slavery and the Origins of the American Police State

By Editors' Choice, Reparations

From the beginning, some Americans have been able to move more freely than others. By Ben Fountain, Medium — They were called patrollers or, variously, “paterollers,” “paddyrollers,” or “patterolls,” and they were meant to be part of the solution to Colonial America’s biggest problem, labor. Unlike Great Britain, which had a large, basically immobile peasant class that could be forced to work for subsistence wages, there weren’t enough cheap bodies…

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Hitler

Leading Civil Rights Lawyer Shows 20 Ways Trump Is Copying Hitler’s Early Rhetoric and Policies

By Editors' Choice

The author, Burt Neuborne, is one of America’s top civil liberties lawyers, and questions whether federal government can contain Trump and GOP power grabs. By Steven Rosenfeld — A new book by one of the nation’s foremost civil liberties lawyers powerfully describes how America’s constitutional checks and balances are being pushed to the brink by a president who is consciously following Adolf Hitler’s extremist propaganda and policy template from the…

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Skin tone band-aids

The Fight to Redefine Racism

By Editors' Choice

In “How to Be an Antiracist,” Ibram X. Kendi argues that we should think of “racist” not as a pejorative but as a simple, widely encompassing term of description. By Kelefa Sanneh, The New Yorker — Sixteen years ago, in 2003, the student newspaper at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, a historically black institution in Tallahassee, published a lively column about white people. “I don’t hate whites,” the author, a…

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