Yosef Ben-Jochanan, Lecture to EMU Black Student Association, 1976
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As the keynote speaker of an event organized by the EMU chapter of the Black Student Association (BSA), Yosef Ben-Jochannan visited Eastern Michigan University in 1976. Introduced by BSA spokesman Malek Ukeine, Yosef Ben-Jochannan examines historical criticism leveled against white America by African American activists. He discusses the erasure of black history from popular memory and education and condemns the pro-black movement for forgetting their African heritage and forefathers. Ben-Jochannan also criticizes black participation in Christianity and interracial relationships.
education, prison, pan-africansim, black, pride, malcolm x, martin luther king jr., culture, liberation, student activism, black student association, eastern michigan university
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Ben-Jochanan, Yosef, "Yosef Ben-Jochanan, Lecture to EMU Black Student Association, 1976" (1976). Lectures and Presentations. 15.