Category Condoleezza Rice

Celebrating Neo-Black History Month: Apotheosis of the Neo-Black

Bruce A. Dixon: In the early 70s, serious enforcement of the Voting Rights Act began, while the US military, elite universities and corporations instituted what came to be known as “affirmative action.” The economic gains that ordinary black families made in the the 60s and 70s didn’t last. These were largely curtailed and rolled back […]

Condoleezza Rice: A Product of the Black Bourgeoisie Misleadership Class

by Mel Reeves Faculty and student groups a the University of Minnesota insulted history and Black America, last month, inviting Condoleezza Rice to speak on the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement. Rice and her immediate family rejected that Movement. “She is not a beacon of the Civil Rights Movement but, rather, an embarrassment.” […]