• The Asian-American Woman Behind the Black Power Movement

     

    Legendary activist and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs will celebrate her 99th birthday at the end of June. A leader over seven decades in the labor, civil rights, and Black Power movements, Boggs continues to write and grant interviews from her home in Detroit, Michigan.

    A new film, debuting later this month, tells Boggs’ story from her birth in 1915 to Chinese immigrant parents, through her advocacy for tenants’ and workers’ rights, to her days as one of the only non-Black, female leaders in the Black Power Movement.

    Filmmaker Grace Lee shares the story of finding Boggs and telling her story.

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  • Are We in a Post-Racial Era?

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