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“Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism”
Presentation by Jeffrey B. Perry
Dudley Public Library, Roxbury, Massachusetts,
February 15, 2014
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Jeffrey B. Perry
Slide Presentation/Talk on
The Invention of the White Race (Verso Books) by Theodore W. Allen
with special emphasis on Vol. II: The Origin of Racial Oppression in Anglo-America.
Hosted by “The Hubert Harrison and Theodore W. Allen Society”
Filmed by Fred Nguyen on January 31, 2013
Brecht Forum, New York City
Courtesy Fansmiles Productions.
Jeffrey B. Perry Discusses Theodore W. Allen on “The Invention of the White Race,” Labor History, and the Centrality of Labor Struggle Against White Supremacy
inspirational stories of Harriet A. Jacobs who was born into slavery and taught how to read and write at an early age. She was the first women to author a fugitive slave narrative in the United States.
Septima Clark, civil rights activist, developed the concept of “citizenship schools.”
A self-taught slave who escaped to freedom, Susie King Taylor educated African American soldiers at a time when it was illegal for a black women to read.
January 24 marked the anniversary of the birth of Afro-Puerto Rican scholar Arturo Alfonso Schomburg (1874-1938), a writer, bibliophile, and historian dedicated to collecting and amplifying the artistic and academic work of people of African descent.
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