Category: Revolutionary Leaders

Fighters raising fighters

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Anna Malaika Tubbs writes The Three Mothers: How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation as the account of Black motherhood that

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Celebrating the life of bell hooks

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No Black woman writer in this culture can write ‘too much’. Indeed, no woman writer can write ‘too much’ … No woman has ever written enough.” – Remembered Rapture: The

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Assata Shakur: The making of a revolutionary woman

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In commemorating Black August, we commemorate the struggle of those who have fought before us and faced violent repercussions from the state.

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Women fighters, our teachers: Joan Little

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Joan Little is a Black woman who is more than just a name to be held up for one moment in history. Her life and her case pull back a

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More than Lenin’s wife: The Lessons of Nadezhda Krupskaya

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As opposed to relegating Krupskaya to “Lenin’s wife,” let us revive the militant legacy that earned her the respect and admiration of her comrades as a central figure in the

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Women fighters, our teachers: Florynce ‘Flo’ Kennedy

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Florynce Kennedy was a Black feminist lawyer and activist who drew connections between the women’s movement and the Black liberation struggle

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