Eschatological dilemmas: The problem of studying the black male only as the deaths that result from anti-black racism

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Abstract

The sensibilities of the Black American intellectual concerning race have historically been cemented to their ascendency within empire. how one writes about race, offering hope for change in opposition to the totality of racism, and communicates an aspiration for the possibilities made available by American ideals like freedom, justice, and equality has separated the radical from the progressive. In “The failure of the Black Intellectual,” E. Franklin Frazier describes Black intellectualization as de-niggerization of Black scholarship, a retreat from using Black experience as the foundation of theorizing the Blackness
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationI am because We Are
Subtitle of host publicationReadings in Africana Philosophy
EditorsFred Lee Hord, Mzee Lasana Okpara, Jonathan Scott Lee
PublisherUniversity of Massachusetts Press
Pages479-499
ISBN (Print)9781625341761, 9781625341754, 9781613763735
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2016

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