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Why I am "Critical" of Critical Theory 

Bakari Lumumba, examines Critical Theory and its unwillingness to center the work of scholars and theorists outside the Western/ European sphere of influence. Particularly, the work of late 19th and early 20th century Black scholars, Dr. Anna Juila Cooper, Dr. W.E.B DuBois, and Dr. Carter G. Woodson.

Travis Hunter and the Move Toward Black Power

Bakari Lumumba incisively examines a top football prosepect's audacious "flip" from a major NCAA football program to an HBCU, its historical antecedents and how it may be a catalyst for future empowerment.

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