The Role of Black Intellectuals, by BAR's Marsha Coleman-Adebayo

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Cornel West wrote in 1985 that the black intellectual was 'caught between an insolent American society and an insouciant black community'....Twenty-seven years later, with a black president in office his words have the insistence of a drum roll. We see President Barack Obama battered by the harsh racism of a Republican right in Congress that is prepared to paralyze government and harm the nation if it means defying his attempts at reform. Insolence has never been more insulting.{Pictured is W.E.B. Dubois.}

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