Building on the Black Radical Tradition: Jeneé Darden Interviews Gaye Theresa Johnson

Read Gaye Theresa Johnson’s interview in support of her new book, The Future of Black Radicalism.

No one is free if black people aren’t free, if Dreamers aren’t free, if people discriminated against because of their sexuality aren’t free. Black people have always had a vision for how to achieve this kind of justice in society. It hasn’t always been recorded or written into the history books. But it has always made history. If you think about it, the most important mission/vision of social justice has come from the Black Radical Tradition. You don’t have to be black to believe in Black Radicalism. You only have to believe in freedom for everyone because that’s what the Black Radical Tradition gives us.”

– Gaye Theresa Johnson

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *