Stories by Clarence Lusane

Dr. Clarence Lusane is the program director for Comparative and Regional Studies at American University. He teaches courses in comparative race relations, modern social movements, comparative politics of the Americas and Europe, and jazz and international relations. He is a national columnist for the Black Voices syndicated news network. Lusane has authored a number of books including The Black History of the White House (City Lights, 2010). Read more.  subscribe to Clarence Lusane's feed

Posted on: Feb 14, 2014, Source: Zinn Education Project

The story missing from Presidents’ Day: the people they enslaved.