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Jeffrey B. Perry, “The Developing Conjuncture and Some Insights From Hubert Harrison and Theodore W. Allen on the Centrality of the Fight Against White Supremacy,” "Cultural Logic" (2010). Addendum (pp. 114-7) discusses how "Daedalus" handled it.
For a discussion of some organizing and activism by postal workers see Jeffrey B. Perry, "The Centrality of the Struggle Against White Supremacy -- 'THE MAIL HANDLERS UNION AND THE FIGHT AGAINST RACISM at the National and at the Grass Roots Level'" (1989)
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Eric Banks, "Hubert Harrison: A Pioneering African American Book Reviewer," can be found in "Critical Mass: The Blog of the National Book Critics Board of Directors," May 8, 2009
Theodore W. Allen's, "Class Struggle and the Origin of Racial Slavery: The Invention of the White Race," editd and with an introduction by Jeffrey B. Perry.
"Harrison Redux" by Scott McLemee at the "Columbia Journalism Review" website discusses the Hubert Harrison biography while focusing on Harrison as a book reviewer.
Mark Naison, "Why The Harlem Tradition of Radical Street Speaking Needs to Be Revived: The Street as a Site of Political Activism, Entrepreneurship and Community Building in African America"
Scott McLemee: "The resurrection of a pioneering cultural journalist" -- at the History News Network -- on Hubert Harrison as a book reviewer
Socialist Party USA, Mayday 2009 Issue of "The Socialist" offers announcement (p. 3) regarding "Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918." On May 1, 1912, Harrison spoke before 50,000 people at the SP's rally at Union Square.
Theodore W. Allen, author of ''The Invention of the White Race,'' audio interview by Chad Pearson (in two parts) May 13 and 20, 2004 (scroll down to May 13, 2004 for Part 1 and May 20, 2004 for Part 2).
Frank Huzur offers some thoughts on Hubert H. Harrison and the elections in India in his May 16, 2009 blog post.
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"The revolution is not coming from above, remember, but from below, working its way up from the depths.” -- Hubert Harrison, November 30, 1913 at a meeting called by the Paterson Defense Committee at the New Star Casino in NYC.
September 10, 2009
Hubert Harrison had great faith in the people and emphasized that significant social change would come from below. His thinking resonates with many today and recently efforts have been started to get his biography to prison readers. Artists -- Hip Hop and working class -- have also generated Hubert Harrison T-shirts. Those interested in getting books to prison readers can write to email@example.com (please also include your phone number).
"Does . . . Hubert Harrison require scholars teaching the Harlem Renaissance (or New Negro Movement) to revise their curriculum?
September 10, 2009
THE LITTLE e-NOTE: The 1 Question Interview.
Jeffrey B. Perry, biographer of Hubert Harrison answers a question posed by Professor E. Ethelbert Miller, Director, Afro-American Studies Resource Center, Howard University, for his blogspot www.eethelbertmiller1.blogspot.com (September 8, 2009)
Question: Does your research on Hubert Harrison require scholars teaching the
Harlem Renaissance (or New Negro Movement) (more…)
David Bacon interviews Jeffrey B. Perry on "Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918," KPFA, Berkeley, 9/2/09 (minutes 32:30 to 59:05 of 2 hr. show)
September 2, 2009
Listen to Labor Journalist David Bacon interview Jeffrey B. Perry on "Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918" for "The Morning Show," KPFA Radio, 94.1 FM, Berkeley, aired September 2, 2009 (go to minutes 32:30 to 59:05 of the two-hour show)