Dave and Chris Ying are joined by Jeffrey Ogbar, professor at the University of Connecticut, historian, and author of Black Power: Radical Politics and African American Identity. They trace the Black Power movement and its various influences, including Asian American advocacy, to the present-day discourse on race relations and racial justice.
Rediscovering Black Power With Professor Jeffrey Ogbar
Dave and Chris are joined by Jeffrey Ogbar, professor and historian at the University of Connecticut, to trace the history of the Black Power movement and its ties to the present-day discourse on racial justice
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