Douglas Williams, a third-generation organizer, is currently a doctoral student in political science at Wayne State University in Detroit, where his research centers around public policy as it relates to disadvantaged communities and the labor movement.
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Monday, August 10, 2015
Black Lives Matter and The Failure to Build a Movement
This article first appeared on The South Lawn blog and is re-published here with permission from the author. Black Lives Matter has become an embarrassment . Even if I were not a supporter of Bernie Sanders’s campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination (though I wish that he would run as an...