In his preface, Walter T. Howard writes that, he hopes to "break new ground in the scholarship of the African American left."
I wrote this poem while sitting at a bookstore in Rockford, IL. In a creative mood, I heard a woman's voice - the rest is history.
"Empire's Ally: Canada and the War in Afghanistan," by Klassen and Greg Albo, asks the question, "Why did the Canadian government go to war in Afghanistan in 2001?"
Adilifu Nama's Super Black: American Pop Culture and Black Superheroes does a great job of introducing many of today's comic book fans with the history of African Americans in comic books and pop culture generally.
This show has, surprisingly, said a lot of things about corporate America that other heroes have been rather tight-lipped on.
An almost unknown dimension of his amazing career, discovered by his heirs only after his death in 2004, was Hoff's work for left-wing periodicals in the '30s.
The comic presents a powerful storyline involving animal rescuers, and info concerning the plight of animals involved in lab research and corporate farms.
Author Frederik Pohl, who over decades gained a reputation of being a literate and sophisticated writer of science fiction and a supporter of progressive causes, has died.
He leaves readers with a question which, curiously, he does not even attempt to answer.
In comprehensive and convincing fashion the book explains how the Cuban Five came to be arrested, tried, and imprisoned.