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1968 protests at Columbia University called attention to 'Gym Crow' and got worldwide attention

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Black power militant H. Rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael (right) appeared at a sit-in protest at Columbia University in New York City on April 26, 1968. AP

Stefan M. Bradley, Loyola Marymount University

“If they build the first story, blow it up. If they sneak back at night and build three stories, burn it down. And if they get nine stories built, it’s yours. Take it over, and maybe we’ll let them in on

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NB COMMENTARY: I really wanted to NOT be in this Beyoncé Madness, but the irony of it all is to see folks being offended by her antics to the point of calling it racist when in fact, if they took the time to read the lyrics, they would see the song is all about Beyoncé getting hers. With a smattering of some retorts against "whatever." The fact that she even uses this "so-called" Black Panther imagery, which in and of itself is a smack in the face of the movement, a downgrade at best in its pr
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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Lincoln University Class of 67 Celebrates Our 45th Graduation Anniversaryby Gloria Dulan-WilsonI am so proud of being a proud graduate of Lincoln University, the first Black College in the US.

It is now over 158 years, and was originally founded as Ashmun Institute

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Keeping Our Eyes on the Ball (2)

by Kwesi Kwaa Prah

Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS)

Cape Town

Dear Gen. Williams*,

The flurry of emails, I have so far seen, have maintained the pace and heat of the discussions that were initiated and aired during our Johannesburg meeting of early January this year. This is enormously encouraging, because the free exchange of views is crucial to the identification and elaboration of a platform for ideas which could eventually feed into the 8th Congress. As originators

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