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Open Books Open Minds - Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

The RIC Open Books--Open Minds common book for 2021/2022

When South African Apartheid Was Overthrown: Lessons for the Movement for Black Lives Today

People's History Class with Gerald Lenoir and Jesse Hagopian. June 7, 2021.

"Gerald Lenoir, a veteran organizer of the anti-apartheid movement in the United States and an organizer for racial justice today, shares lessons from the movement that helped bring down apartheid to help us better understand how to teach — and participate in — the ongoing Black Freedom Struggle."

Find more information at the Zinn Education Project.