What does the politics of the street signify and how do the academics interpret it?
How does Afro-centrism relate to black pauperisation? Why are the academics appropriating black struggle? Everyone, from the grafitti artists on the streets and the Black Panthers in jail to Manning Marable at Columbia University and Barbara Ransby of Women in Defense of Ourselves, is here given voice.
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