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Black History Month: Activism

About the List

Black Activism is an effort to dismantle societies current social, political, and economical views regarding people of color. This list represents not only the experiences of black authors, but to bring about awareness and action on current issues. Also, browse Summon to find more titles on black activism:


Primary Source Highlights

Black Dialogue

Following the Rights Act of 1964, movements that promoted black power, nationalism, and feminism developed to promote and advocate for  African American equality. The magazine Black Dialogue is just one example of the many publications published during this time.

Visit the Independent Voices database for more open-access publications like this one!