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In researching & writing UNTIL I AM FREE, @KeishaBlain was surprised by Fannie Lou Hamer’s consistency on the matter of leadership—even in the face of resistance. It’s not easy to stand by your convictions when you’re facing hell for holding those views. https://t.co/UG4IL0hiJV
Opinion | @KeishaBlain: The plan to center a Juneteenth event around so-called “displaced white refugees” is deeply racist. It’s also part of a larger effort to distort historical narratives and, in this case, miseducate the public about slavery in the US https://t.co/YClDnJWRIJ
Per @NPR @USCongress will make #Juneteenth a #FederalHoliday. https://t.co/v1Iv5L3IPx On Thurs June 17 @7pmEST join @nytimesbooks #Bestselling authors @ClintSmithIII @imaniperry @KeishaBlain @MitchSJackson & @DeeshaPhilyaw to discuss. Tickets are free. https://t.co/Mzvg65fGSN https://t.co/B4dcgMw4d7
'In Chronicling Stankonia: The Rise of the Hip-Hop South, scholar @redclayscholar offers an intersectional examination of the contemporary southern Black and hip-hop identity via the Atlanta hip-hop rap duo Outkast.' https://t.co/8n4F1HnBr0
Y’all! I can’t describe what this book means to me. The words. The stories. The struggle. The love. It was hard but we’re finally here. I’m so grateful. I can’t wait for y’all to hold this and read it and sing with me and shout. We here! Preorder today: https://t.co/hwOZdko02L https://t.co/icjNlFM295
Join us on Tuesday, 06/15, at 1:00 pm ET for a live Q&A with Monticello Trustee and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Annette Gordon-Reed. Gordon-Reed will discuss her new book, “On Juneteenth,” with moderator & Getting Word descendant Andrew Davenport: https://t.co/hXyCu9ucK7 https://t.co/LrRVZ7RuCo