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Wonder Woman & Birth Control: The Legacy of Margaret Sanger

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“No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be a mother.” – Margaret Sanger

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28 Feb 2018

Hip-hop Scholar Grooves to Her Own Mix

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How one scholar combined her passions and wound up with an in-demand thesis on hip-hop authenticity.

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28 Feb 2018

Say It Loud!: James Brown and Black Freedom

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“When I'm on stage, I'm trying to do one thing: bring people joy.” – James Brown

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26 Feb 2018

The Real History Behind Hostiles

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Discovering deeper insights into the American-Indian Wars and U.S. policies on Native American assimilation.

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19 Feb 2018

A Courtship in the Least Likely of Places

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A Holocaust survivor recalls the girl who stole his heart at Auschwitz, and how she gave him hope for the future.

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14 Feb 2018

Frederick Douglass: Pioneer of the Labor Movement

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Discover how his experiences as a hired-slave prompted Douglass to become a champion of the working class.

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12 Feb 2018

Colin Kaepernick and the Legacy of Protest in Sports

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How do today’s demonstrations against racism on the field compare to the social activism of legendary athletes?

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06 Feb 2018

A Message from Kevin Sayar

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The past 20 years have been a tremendous ride. Thank you to the many customers, publishers, partners and colleagues who helped make it so fulfilling.

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05 Feb 2018

James Baldwin’s Threat to the Status Quo

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“…Look the world in the face like you have a right to be here. When you do that, you have attacked the power structure of the western world.”

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30 Jan 2018

Hats Off to Las Sinsombrero

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Resources to explore the forgotten legacy of avant-garde poets, painters and philosophers.

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30 Jan 2018

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