“An Uprising Against Capital” - Herb Boyd on Rebellion, Black Studies and The League of Revolutionary Black Workers
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In part 2 of our 2 part conversation with journalist, educator, author & activist Herb Boyd we talk more about how Boyd and other politicized students used the 1967 Rebellion to launch Black Studies at Wayne State University, and develop it into a radical space for the political and cultural education of Black students living in Detroit and often working and organizing on campus, and in the automobile plants. We also ask Boyd several questions about the League of Revolutionary Black Workers.
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