Specialized Programming: Full Hour Discussion on Pan-Afrikanism

February 18th, 2014

Part 1 of 2

Part 2 of 2

Ajamu Nangwaya of the Pan-Afrikan Solidarity Network
Thandiwe Chimurenga of the All-Afrikan Peoples Revolutionary Party
Hillina Seife, PhD. Candidate in History at the University of Michigan

Why Only One Month for Black History?

February 2011

Black History Month is a fine thing. It’s a time of year when it’s okay to remind people about racism, to talk about Rosa Parks or the Black Panthers. Just like Christmas, it’s a time when people are called out to show off their finest in moral fibre.

Well, fuck that.

The Salvation Army is around for the other 11 months of the year, and so are black people. It is not okay to just remember centuries of colonialism, ongoing oppression or the reality that racism, in fact, has not evaporated, for just 28 days.

Read complete article on the Canadian University Press website.