We start with this thread, from Megan Francis. Click on the tweet for the whole thread.
– Ida B Wells: 1892 wrote first lynching expose
– NAACP: 1909 argued 1st civil right was protection of black lives & launched massive campaign
If u are trying to understand blk rage; deconstruct ur romantic version of civil rights & sit w/: #BLM struggle is over a CENTURY long
— Megan Ming Francis (@meganfrancis) May 30, 2020
And here is a foloow-up: https://twitter.com/meganfrancis/status/1267210645218504705?s=21
The Medieval Academy of America has shared these resources:
From poet Evie Shockley, we have this contribution:
MLA member Ben Railton, who tweets as @AmericanStudier, teaches at Framingham State, and writes for The Saturday Evening Post, gives us this history of the Tulsa Massacre:
University of Denver:
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