The Black Freedom Movement: Progressing Revolutionary Thought

By Nandita Chaturvedi. Revolutions against oppressive governments of the 20th and 21st century have taken on two distinct forms. The first is what one usually imagines when the word ‘revolution’ is uttered: a violent take-over of the state by a revolutionary vanguard, as was the case with the Russian and Cuban revolutions. The second is a transfer of power to a mass organization that follows … Continue reading The Black Freedom Movement: Progressing Revolutionary Thought