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Sa-Roc the MC Receives a Hometown Hero’s Welcome at Sankofa

More than 24 hours before gracing the stage at Liv Nightclub, a small audience that included fans, family members, and friends got to know the lyricist more intimately.

Welsing Remembered as Scholar Who Loved Black People

Welsing, a Chicago-born alumna of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio and Howard, rose in notoriety during the 1970s and 1980s after she defined racism as a global white supremacist system built out of a white minority’s fear of genetic annihilation.

Black College Students Show the Power of Unity

The daylong event came on the heel of successful uprisings at universities across the country, each one fueled by frustrations about what black students have described as an institutional lack of regard for the daily hardships they endure and white supremacy’s chokehold on higher education.

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