Can You Hear Us Now?

Black struggle in America has the mic.  The world is watching.  In order to determine what we need to say or do next, we need to look at what has been said and done historically.  Then we need to determine what varied tools are available to aid in the struggle for liberation and equality, in this moment.

A conversation with scholars and activist who were all influenced by our recent ancestor, Baba of Black activism and organizing, Dr. Conrad Worrill.

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