“Abolitionists were the intellectual and political precursors of twentieth-century anticolonial and civil rights activists, debating the nature of society and politics, the relationship between racial inequality and democracy, nation and empire, labor and capital, gender and citizenship’."
- Manisha Sinha
Storytelling through images and words the story of Black Power in the nineteenth-century Newark.
Frederick Douglass Alumni Field Renaming
Agitate! The Legacy of Frederick Douglass and Abolition in Newark - Video
19th Annual Graduate Association for African American History
Conference Paper: Black Power! Newark's First African American Rebellion
"Reclaiming Space": Noelle Lorraine Williams and the Creation of the Frederick Douglass Athletic Field
Advisory Board Meeting, Rutgers -Newark,
Presentation Frederick Douglass Field History Overview
Black Portraiture Conference Paper:
Who Own's Black Music's Spirit? Irving Berlin's Funny Niggers
Black Power! 19th Century: Newark's First African American American Rebellion
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