“Are there ways in which Black North Americans connected to places and things that were outside of the world we thought they were in?”
N. D. B. Connolly
N. D. B. Connolly is the Herbert Baxter Adams Associate Professor of History at the Johns Hopkins University and author of the award-winning book A World More Concrete: Real Estate and the Remaking of Jim Crow South Florida (University of Chicago Press, 2014).
“Redlining Does Not End”: Talking with Rebecca Marchiel on Housing and Racism
“They all wanted to imagine a different possibility of an integrated neighborhood, where folks worked together.”
An educated public grew out of freedom, W. E. B. Du Bois claimed. And education was also freedom’s surest protector.
Public Thinker: Keisha N. Blain on Black Women’s Intellectual History
Keisha N. Blain has quickly become one of the most innovative and influential ...
Trump Syllabus 2.0 en Español
Desde su publicación en junio de 2016, en medio de la intensa campaña electoral que llevaría a Donald Trump a la Casa Blanca, el “Trump Syllabus 2.0” ha probado …
Trump Syllabus 2.0
On June 19th, the Chronicle of Higher Education ran a web version of a mock college syllabus that sought to explore the deep historical and political roots of Donald Trump’s political success ...
A Black Power Method
A half-century ago this week, “Black Power” entered America’s mass consciousness. In early June 1966, James Meredith launched his “March Against Fear,” a one-man demonstration down the 220 miles of ...