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May 21, 2016 8:30am EDT
before was dethroned from his position. she ended up in ghana -- in china. there, she felt alone because there was not as many activists. she became friends with robert williams of the activists from the south and his wife, who were in beijing. she was able to teach english at a school in china. her embrace with china reflected not only her continued commitments to socialist revolution and her broadvision of international solidarity, but politics that led her to frame herself as a pan africanist. addie hutton became a pan africanist as well. endve more, but i want to with garvin and addie hutton. what i found with these two women is that if we look at women's lives and look at their politics, we stop putting them in narrow containers in terms of being conservative or radical. garvin was a communist addie hutton was not. well educated, fluent in french, but vicki garvin was well educated as well. their fight led them to similar conclusions. 1943,ddie hutton died in that was the same year her son was thrown in jail for his left activities in harlem. she produced a son we need more
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2016 8:00pm EDT
deborah lee james. she talks about defense policy debates in congress, u.s. strategy in the south china sea, and issues affecting women in the military. "newsmakers" this sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >>> madam secretary, we proudly give 72 of our delegate votes to the next president of the united states. >>> we continue now with more from last month's african-american history conference. this panel discussed african-american politics and culture. it's an hour and 45 minutes. >> so this is the sixth session internationalization of african-american politics and cultu culture. i learned this morning that there was some confusion in the mandate to my panel, and i think that may have been the case with others, and so a number of people had prepared rather more full documents and have now geared back. and one of them was really quite wonderful. it would have been a history of internationalism in africa from the battle of auj wa to the end of apartheid and that would have been splendid. but it prompts me to say what i thought i would say about what is not on offer this
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2016 10:00pm EDT
handwriting on the wall. and she got an invitation to go to china in 1964 just before enkruma was dethroned, if you will, from his position. finally, she ended up in ghana -- in china, and there she felt alone because there was not as many activists. but in short order she became friends with robert williams of the activist from the south and his wave mabel williams who were in beijing and because of her contacts she was able to teach english at a school in china. her embrace of china "reflected not only her continuing commitment to social revolution and her broad vision of transnational solidarity but also an intended black nationalist policy that led her to frame herself as a pan-africanist." now, i left something out about addie hutton. addie hutton became a pan-africanist as well. she came to believe that in order to address the problems of africa you had to have a pan-african consciousness. i have more but i want to end with garvin and addie hutton. what i found with these two women is if we look at women's lives and look at their politics we can stop putting them in narrow c
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)