Adrienne Enoch

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Growing Up as a Black Kid in Nazi Germany

Remembering the life of Hans J. Massaquoi, who managed to survive under Hitler's xenophobic regime.<p>In 1933, a young Hans J. Massaquoi stood in a schoolyard in Hamburg, wearing a swastika patch on his sweater, surrounded by the load of fair-haired, blue-eyed kids, that you see in the photo …

Martin Luther King, socialist: "capitalism has outlived its usefulness"

In the great tradition of political heroes, Martin Luther King's legacy has been sanitized and purged of its most radical and urgent notions, watered …

Islamic scholar ‘says Allah allows Muslim men to RAPE non-Muslim women to humiliate them'

IGSaud Saleh allegedly made the comments on television<p>Professor Saud Saleh – from Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt – reportedly said rape is …

They’ll never escape white rage: The world embraced Obama and MLK — their countrymen would not

To watch Republican rallies is to see white crowds fuming with hatred of their black president. MLK knew that well<p>Barack Obama’s speeches are littered with quotations from Martin Luther King, Jr., so it was no surprise to hear the president weave one of King’s phrases into his State of the Union …

When Ancestry Search Led To Escaped Slave: 'All I Could Do Was Weep'

When she was in fifth grade, Regina Mason received a school assignment that would change her life: to connect with her country of origin. That night, she went home and asked her mother where they were from.<p>"She told me about her grandfather who was a former slave," Mason tells <i>Fresh Air's</i> Terry …

A History of the King Family's Attempt to Clear the Name of James Earl Ray

Martin Luther King's son and convicted killer were on friendly terms.<p>James Earl Ray, the convicted assassin of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., never actually stood trial. He was arrested at London's Heathrow Airport of all places, and extradited to Tennessee. There, he pled …