SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Andrew Grim
Newark’s experience cautions today’s activists to be wary of channeling the urgency, the radicalism, the moral authority of this current moment into electoral politics.
SOURCE: The New Republic
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Amiri Baraka was a poet and activist, and he's the key to understanding modern Newark.
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