Black Empire: George Schuyler, Black Radicalism and Dieselpunk

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  1. This is really fascinating stuff. I am a historian of Pan-Africanism and one of the things that interested me about Harlem in this period is the mix of political persuasions- literally from Zionism to early Arab Nationalism to Pan-Africanism- Maxist and moderate. Thanks for sharing this book with us, appreciated.

      1. Disg,

        My ebook version of “RaceMan Answers” is starting to gain steam. It should gain even more after the article in the Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row literary supplement runs this Sunday, Oct. 19.

        Speaking of Harlem in the 20’s and 30’s, a new book on the subject featuring Schuyler’s “white” wife among other “uncolored” women offers some interesting info on Schuyler and the period. I’d recommend, “Miss Anne in Harlem” to anyone.

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