On this episode of Watershed, Zari and the Ikonoklast interview former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.
Tag Archives: slavery
Rethinking The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, As A White Liberal Consumer Product!
Dr. Greg Thomas provides a much needed radical critique of Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow. . .
Dr. David Brion Davis discusses American and British Slave Trade Abolition as the keynote speaker at an Emory University conference, “Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database and the Bicentennial of the End of the Slave Trade, 1808-2008,” on December 5, 2008. Davis presents political, ideological, religious, and economic factors that led to the abolition of [...]
Charles S. Aiken, The Cotton Plantation South Since the Civil War, The John Hopkins University Press (1998). “What is a ‘survival’? What is its theoretical status? Is it essentially social or ‘psychological’? Can it be reduced to the survival of certain economic structures . . . [o]r does it refer as much to other structures, [...]