Posted on: Apr 25, 2004, Source: Washington Monthly
A new book is predicated on the idea that the concept of 'blackness,' as it has come to be understood, is rapidly losing its ability to describe, let alone predict or manipulate, the political and social behavior of African Americans.
Posted on: Mar 3, 2002, Source: Washington Monthly
To be a father is the most noble calling an African-American man can ever undertake. In historical context, the black father was a soldier taking up the sword and banner of a disgraced order of knights.