Uprisings don’t create “backlash,” “backlash” is the DNA of America: Second UHA Panel Discusses Urban Unrest from 1943 to Today

šŸ”„šŸ”„šŸ”„šŸ”„@UrbanHistoryA panel on Urban Uprisings and Racist Police Terror in Historical Context with @Prof_Suddler @AustinMcCoy3 @mfkantor and @hthompsn with @CharlotteERosen and @mguariglia moderating pic.twitter.com/UbY4A6pqTw — Marisol LeBrĆ³n (@marisollebron) July 8, 2020 In 1973, Detroit’s Stevie Wonder released Innervisions, a groove-filled album that was simultaneously joyous, sharp-eyed, and steely. In its third track “Living for the […]

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Cities and the Legacy of 1968

By Jim Wunsch Happy 2018, if the statute of limitations has not yet run out on such greetings. What will the new year bring? When it comes to prognosticating, historiansĀ are probablyĀ no better than any others. As to the past, however, we would be remiss to overlookĀ thatĀ it has been a half-century since the year 1968–arguably theĀ annusĀ mirabilisĀ of […]

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