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This issue is dedicated to the memory of Manning Marable
Cover Story: It’s Been Real: Saying Good-Bye To An Old Friend - Along The Color Line By Bill Fletcher, Jr., Editorial Board
Political Cartoon - Remember Manning By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
In Honor of Manning... By Steven Pitts, Editorial Board
Quote to Ponder: "Simply because one is Black or Latino or lesbian or gay or whatever..." - Manning Marable
Manning Marable and the March Towards a Socialist America - Emancipation from Mental Slavery By Dr. Horace Campbell, PhD, Editorial Board
Manning Marable: Consummate Black Scholar-Activist - The Color of Law - By David A. Love, JD - Executive Editor
Video of Manning Marable Plenary Speech to the Green Party 2000 Convention
Manning Marable - Angry, Militant and Impatient - Leftward-Ho By Peter Gamble, Publisher
The U.S.’s Romantic Remake of COINTELPRO in Africa - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD - Editorial Board
Ode To Manning Marable: Provocative Scholarship In Life and Now In Death - Between The Lines - By Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad, PhD - Columnist
Video Interview about Manning Marable - Bill Fletcher, Jr & Michael Eric Dyson on Democracy Now
Marable's Work will Live On - Point Blank By Chris Stevenson, Columnist
Manning Marable - Our Great Scholar-Activist By Kristen Clarke, Guest Commentator
Manning Marable: A Brother, A Mentor, A Great Mind By Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, PhD, Guest Commentator
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