Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s image has been flattened into that of a non-threatening dreamer. But the truth is, he was a politically radical thinker who not only fought for racial justice but for restructuring the economic order in this country.
COLORLINES, by Obery M. Hendricks Jr
Deadline: April 15, 2014
Holder's Proposal Is Insufficient: Congress Needs to Decriminalize Drugs
By Carl L. Hart
Challenging Punishment: What the California Prisoners' Hunger Strike Tells Us About Mass Incarceration
By Samuel K. Roberts, PhD
IRAAS Professors Carla Shedd & Dorian Warren individually awarded Columbia Provost’s Junior Faculty Grant for contributions to the University’s diversity goals.
IRAAS Faculty Kevin Fellezs is the Co-Winner of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music - US Branch's 2012 WOODY GUTHRIE BOOK AWARD for the most distinguished English language monograph in popular music studies published during 2011.
Souls Journal: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society is now housed at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
October 21, 2012–March 11, 2013