The Black Scholar Vol. 4 No. 2

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“The Black Scholar: A Journal of Black Studies and Research” was founded in 1969 by Robert Chrisman and Nathan Hare in San Francisco, California. The Black Scholar offered a place for dialogue among African American scholars, activists, and artists. Essays in the journal recorded, analyzed, and debated various aspects of social, gender, sexuality, and ideology in African Americans life and the efforts made to change them. “The Back Scholar” is still published today and maintains its place as the leading forum for African American politics, culture, and activism in the United States. Help us transcribe this important journal that offers a glimpse into African American politics, life, and community during this period.

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