SOURCE: The Atlantic
Maligned in the aftermath of the Haitian revolution, Vodou has since been blamed for the alleged barbarism of Haitian people and the poverty of the nation. A new generation of practitioners wants to recover the tradition and clear its name.
SOURCE: The Nation
The Pirates' lineup 50 years ago was composed of African American and Afro-Latino players, and offers an occasion to reflect on the changing position of Black players in baseball and of baseball in Black America.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
The African American Intellectual History Society will present next week a series of responses to Dr. Brandon Byrd's 2019 book examining the relationship between Black American intellectuals and activists and the Republic of Haiti.
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