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WWI: Civil Liberties During Wartime

By General

I spent 8yrs of research in the Library of Congress archives for my first book– so I was OVER THE MOON to be invited back to this sacred institution to give a formal presentation on social movements/NAACP activism during World War I. From the official announcement: During wartime, the tension…

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Do Foundations Co-opt Civil Rights Organizations?

By General

Pleased to contribute some of my in-progress research to a forum which examines the role of philanthropy in lessening inequality. Check the article here. A preview: “In 2015, protection of black bodies from state sanctioned violence remains an unmet challenge for civil rights groups committed to racial equality. As many…

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