White Supremacy Confronted and Jazz and Justice
Gerald Horne talked about the United States' involvement in Southern Africa and the roots and politics of jazz music, the topics of his two most recent books.
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- Shirikiana Gerima Co-Founder and Co-Owner Sankofa Books
Gerald C. Horne Professor University of Houston->History and African-American Studies,
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