Politics of African-American Identity
Moderated by Anthony Samed, a panel of writers talked about the topic, “Politics of African American Identity.” Topics included… read more
Moderated by Anthony Samed, a panel of writers talked about the topic, “Politics of African American Identity.” Topics included “post-black,” self-negation, and assimilation vs. acceptance. After their presentations the panelists responded to audience members' questions.
Anthony Samad wrote, 50 Years After Brown: The State of Black Equality in America. W.D. Wright wrote, Crisis of the Black Intellectual. Gloria Browne-Marshall wrote, Race, Law and America Society. Paul Robeson, Jr., wrote, A Black Way of Seeing: From ‘Liberty’ to Freedom. Carol Lee wrote, Culture, Literacy and Learning: Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind.
This event from the 9th Annual Harlem Book Fair was held at the Schomburg Center’s Langston Hughes Auditorium. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Gloria J. Browne-Marshall Author
- Carol D. Lee Associate Professor Northwestern University->African American Studies
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