The Black Campus Movement: A History of Black Student Activism

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In his first book, published in 2012, Ibram X. Kendi provided the first national study of when Black students organized, demanded, and protested against racism in almost every US State between 1965 and 1972. The book illuminated the complex context and prehistory for one of the most transformative educational movements in American history. Based on records from more than three hundred colleges and universities, this authoritative study is essential to understanding modern American higher education.

In this second edition, with a new Preface and updates throughout the text, Dr. Kendi reminds us that the antiracist higher education that the students in these pages fought for has yet to be achieved. Referring to this book as “foundational” to his antiracist research and thought, Kendi challenges us to see the parallels between then and now, and to embody the cause anew. 

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