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The Revolutionary Lives of James and Grace Lee Boggs

Ibram X. Kendi Black Perspectives
This book is an important addition to U.S. left wing movement history. This brief author interview appears on the blog of the African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS). James and Grace Lee Boggs were independent Marxist revolutionaries who worked in Detroit beginning in the 1940s, were among the earliest theorists of 1960s Black Power, and were influential in the revolutionary movement in Detroit as well as nationally and internationally.


W. E. B. Du Bois's Revolutions

Phillip Luke Sinitiere Public Books
A new book examines Du Bois's radicalism, tracing its career-long development.


A Great Vision

Kim Scipes Substance News
A writer tells the story of his left wing family. Reviewer Scipes takes us on a tour.
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