W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey and the Resurgency of the Radical Black Left

With this powerful blog entry, I challenge the complacency of the politics of incrementalism and address several other issues. First, the history of the pan-African movement and it's relationship with democratic socialism and the Black Left will be addressed. Second, we go into the 5 reasons why there is a resurgence in Black radical progressivism and thought and lastly why we still have much further to go.

There's been a lot of talk about the progress Black people have made since the Civil Rights Movement. We look at that in detail and question whether or not we're not all victims of selective history and establishment white-washing and co-opting of Black radical thought. This blog post represents one of the primary reasons why Black and Intellectual even exists and represents this site's ideological foundation. It is also the inspiration behind the 'Radical Progressive' design available now in our store (HERE).

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