Soon after The Public Archive launched in 2010, we began featuring reading lists. Syllabi, some might call them, though regardless of the name, they were critically annotated compilations of texts grouped together under a number of general themes. “Reading Haiti,” for instance, gathered recently-published books that challenged mainstream media representations of the Black Republic and […]
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To the Editor of the AFRO: My book, “The Black Jacobins,” will appear this fall in England (Secker and Warburg) and America (The Dial Press). The book deals with the story of Toussaint L’Overture and the San Domingo Revolution, a subject on which in have already written a play performed by the State Society in […]
Une étape du nationalisme haitien (1929-1934). Diss. tesis de licenciatura ens, 1958, mimeo. Política y Sociología en Haití y la República Dominicana: Coloquio Dominico-Haitiano De Ciencias Sociales, México, Julio De 1971. (México: UNAM, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, 1974) “El Impacto de la Ocupación Norteamericana en Haití.’ Política y sociología en Haití y la República Dominicana. […]
“….We are presented with a diptych of two beach scenes: one set on a sunny day off the coast of a posh resort with white people sunbathing and engaging in leisure activities; the other set in a storm with dark-skinned people―possibly Haitian refugees fleeing to Florida, in the midst of a crisis involving a seemingly […]
Comments on UN corruption and UN cholera during the last press conference of H.E. Ms. Samantha Power, Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations, 13 January 2017
Highlights from the 53.18 mark. H/T @innercitypress.
Image: United States Southern Command, photo by RQ-4 Global Hawk after January, 12, 2010 earthquake.
“The role which the great Negro Toussaint, called L’Ouverture, played in the history of the United States has seldom been fully appreciated. Representing the age of revolution in America, he rose to leadership through a bloody terror, which contrived a Negro ‘problem’ for the Western Hemisphere, intensified and defined the anti-slavery movement, became one of […]
Essays by African Diaspora historian Gwendolyn Midlo Hall published in Black World/Negro Digest between 1967 and 1972: “St. Malcolm and the Black Revolutionist,” Negro Digest, November 1967. “Black Resistance in Colonial Haiti“, Negro Digest, February 1968. “Black Resistance in Colonial Haiti,” Black World/Negro Digest (February 1968 “The Myth of Benevolent Spanish Slave Laws,” Negro Digest, March 1969. “Africans in the […]