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cover photo: April 19, 1967: Stokely at Garfield High School Seattle, WA Observer – Michael Harrington Are we witnessing a revolution? I am seeking echoes from the Civil Rights era to answer that question. Kwame Ture said before he died, “The job of a revolutionary is, of course, to overthrow unjust systems and replace themContinue reading ““Black Power” to Black Lives Matter: Stokely Carmichael (aka: Kwame Ture) Speaks for Today”
By Michael Harrington I have spent most of my time, personally and professionally, with young people over the past fifty years. My advocacy is fierce and studied and connected. And this is what I find much the same thing over each decade: This generation is far more aware of the science behind most anything thanContinue reading “An Introduction”