People fighting for more democracy in the United States often have to struggle against sexism and racism. In fact, those two struggles are often inseparable—certainly from the perspective of black women and some other women…
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2x Peabody-nominated podcast from @KenanEthics. Season 6: "Echoes of a Coup," on the massacre and coup d'etat in Wilmington, North Carolina, in November 1898.
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More on Galloway in Ep 1 of our latest series on the Wilmington massacre and coup.
Abraham Galloway (b. 1837) liberated himself via the Underground Railroad & risked his life for the freedom of others as a Union spy & recruiter. An abolitionist & equal rights advocate, his work took him from Haiti to the White House. https://www.ncpedia.org/biography/galloway-abraham