Jul 28 2006

A Black Way of Seeing

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A Black Way of SeeingGUEST: Paul Robeson Jr., cultural critic and writer, author of several books including “Paul Robeson Jr. Speaks to America: The Politics of Multiculturalism,” and “The Undiscovered Paul Robeson: An Artist’s Journey.” His latest book is “A Black Way of Seeing: From ‘Liberty’ to Freedom.”

Paul Robeson Jr., is the only child of the legendary artist, activist, and freedom fighter, Paul Robeson and is the archivist of the vast Robeson Papers. He served as his father’s aide for more than twenty years. Paul Roberson Jr. is also a cultural critic, lecturer, and author, and has been an active participant in the civil rights movement since 1940. He is a graduate electrical engineer and a member of the New York Academy of Sciences, a translator from Russian, and a lecturer on American and Russian society and history. He has authored several books including “Paul Robeson Jr. Speaks to America: The Politics of Multiculturalism,” and “The Undiscovered Paul Robeson: An Artist’s Journey.” His latest book is “A Black Way of Seeing: From ‘Liberty’ to Freedom.” According to Max Rodriguez, publisher of QBR, The Black Book Review, “Robeson clearly despairs for America. A Black Way of Seeing is an engaging and provocative prescriptive from the emerging black discourse on the future of America, its ideals and its possibilities, both bleak and bright.”

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