W.E.B. Du Bois
SOURCE: New York Times
Beyond ‘White Fragility’: If you Want to Let Freedom Ring, Hammer on Economic Injustice.
by Jamelle Bouie
The histories of Reconstruction by W.E.B. Du Bois and Eric Foner, as well as the later speeches and writings of Martin Luther King, Jr. demonstrate that the cause of racial justice has never been separable from closing the vast economic gulf between owners and workers in America.
Vernon Johns: An Often Forgotten Controversial Civil Rights Activist
by M. Andrew Holowchak
Johns was a critical figure in the push for racial equality, chiefly because he was not merely a pusher, but also a shover.
Sleeping Giant: When Public Workers Awake
by Leon Fink
What W.E.B. Du Bois and American labor history can teach us about the government shutdown's end.
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