The Multiracial Activist – October/November Issue Online

The October/November 2000 issues of The Multiracial Activist and The Abolitionist Examiner are online:

In The Abolitionist Examiner:

A Four-Letter Word Called “Race”
by Dr. C. Loring Brace

“I don’t want to know”
by Jennifer Ben-Khaffed (The Abolitionist Examiner)

Free Will (or The Right To Not Decide)
by James A. Landrith, Jr. (The Abolitionist Examiner)

Race: Is It A Valid Issue?
by Jonathan Morrow (The Abolitionist Examiner)

The Key to Race: Depoliticize It
by Sheldon Richman (The Abolitionist Examiner)

Longing For Life Outside of the Box
by Beverly Yuen Thompson (The Abolitionist Examiner)

In The Multiracial Activist:

Save Harlem’s Liberation Bookstore
by Laura Douglas (The Multiracial Activist)

Prologue and Chapter One: The Last Liberal
by Mark Mathabane (The Multiracial Activist)

Preface and Chapter One: Love in Black and White
by Mark and Gail Mathabane (The Multiracial Activist)

Preventing Holocausts
by Sheldon Richman (The Multiracial Activist)

Racial Theory and the Pre-Civil War Census
by Lawrence R. Tenzer (The Multiracial Activist)

How Do We Inherit Our Skin Color?
by Lawrence R. Tenzer (The Multiracial Activist)

Being Bi- In A Mono-Culture
by Beverly Yuen Thompson (The Multiracial Activist)

On Defining My Own Identity
by Beverly Yuen Thompson (The Multiracial Activist)

Yours in Struggle,

James A. Landrith, Jr.
Editor & Publisher,
The Multiracial Activist
and The Abolitionist Examiner

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