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BHM Special: A Curse Upon the Nation (half)

From: With Good Reason
Series: Black History Month specials
Length: 28:59

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How today's racial rhetoric borrows from the past - Author Paula Seniors on her mother's turn to militant activism

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In her new book “A Curse Upon the Nation: Race, Freedom and Extermination in America and the Atlantic World,” Kay Wright Lewis explores the black perspective on racial extermination. Also: Paula Seniors talks about her forthcoming book, which studies the lives of African American working class communist women and the link between the struggle for black civil rights and international revolution.

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In her new book “A Curse Upon the Nation: Race, Freedom and Extermination in America and the Atlantic World,” Kay Wright Lewis explores the black perspective on racial extermination. Also: Paula Seniors talks about her forthcoming book, which studies the lives of African American working class communist women and the link between the struggle for black civil rights and international revolution.

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