Daily Archives: May 31, 2018

Standing Tall: Malcolm X’s Speech at the Oxford Union Debate

“Controversial to some, revolutionary to others, the above declaration was uttered by Malcolm X during a public debate at the Oxford Union Society in December, 1964. On this occasion Malcolm X, or El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz – the name he officially … Continue reading

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Leon Golub: Raw Nerve

Gigantomachy II, from 1966. ‘He was an artist, historian and an advocate for social justice – he wanted to suss out oppression and throw it all into his paintings.’ “New York artist Leon Golub wrote an essay about art in … Continue reading

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