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The Important Role Of Armed Resistance In The Black Civil Rights...

AFRICANGLOBE - Ever since slaves were imported to Jamestown in 1619, armed self defense was an authentic part of the African American experience. I don’t just mean well-known rebellions like Nat Turner’s, but ordinary day to day. Almost every household I ever visited in the south had a hidden shotgun or pistol under the bed.

Mabel Robinson Williams, (1931-2014), Leaves A Legacy Of Struggle And Community...

AFRICANGLOBE - Funeral services were held in Detroit on April 25 for Mrs. Mabel Robinson Williams, the widow of African American revolutionary Robert F. Williams. The couple had settled in Lake County, Michigan, in the western region of the state, after returning to the United States from exile in the People’s Republic of China in late 1969.