SOURCE: The Nation
by Robert Greene II
A new edited collection of Julian Bond's writings illustrate the transition from Black protest to Black officeholding and the incomplete struggle to secure freedom for Black Americans.
by Martha S. Jones
When telling the history of slavery we must admit its brutal complexity. The term slave mistress leaves too much unsaid, blanketing over the assault and coercion in many enslaved women's lives.
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