[Blackstudies-l] from THE ATLANTIC: There's no American history without Black people's history

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Sat Feb 13 11:35:18 EST 2021


New stories by Vann R. Newkirk II, Clint Smith, Danielle Allen, Anna
Deavere Smith, Jemele Hill, and more. This is The Atlantic’s weekly email
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The question of what it means to be Black in America has weighed on our
minds since before the Black Lives Matter movement reignited over the summer
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before the pandemic disproportionately struck Black Americans and
communities of color
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Our new project, “Inheritance,” grapples with that question by excavating
lost Black history to better understand Black identity and culture today.
This week, I invited one of our managing editors, Gillian B. White
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proposed the project as a way to fill in the blank pages of Black history
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talk through the ideas animating the first chapter
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The essays and poetry we published show how the vision and resilience of
Black America shape our nation, and why our hope for a better future
demands that we unbury the past. As always, you can talk with us by
replying directly to this email.

— *Lora Strum*
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Dear Reader,

Over the summer, after the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, we
kept hearing the same questions over and over: *How did we get to this
point of racial reckoning? Why is this still happening? Will things ever
change?* To create a better future, you must honestly reckon with the past.
That requires a willingness to acknowledge and engage fully with a more
complicated narrative about this country and its history.

When we were in the very early stages of planning for “Inheritance,” we
kept talking about all the ways in which the events and memories of Black
life in America had been suppressed and lost. A full accounting of the
history of Black people in America—both what they have endured and what
they have achieved—has been left out of America’s creation myth. And yet
Black people, their labor, their ideas, and their lives have been crucial
to the formation of this country and its continued evolution.

Black communities are full of living history. Slavery, Jim Crow, the
civil-rights movement—none of these things was all that long ago, and their
legacies are still felt deeply. Because of that, the personal narratives of
people of color are, in and of themselves, crucial histories. Much of the
history of Black people is captured in the day-to-day lives of ordinary
people, passed down from generation to generation. “Inheritance” focuses on
telling those stories and putting Black people and their narratives front
and center.

While the project is launching in February, I want to be very clear that it
is not solely a Black History Month project—the storytelling we are doing
about Black life will span the next two years. In fact, “Inheritance” came
about partly because we found the idea of telling this story over one 28-
(or 29-)day period completely inadequate: It follows the idea that every
month is Black History Month. There is no American history without the
history of Black people, so expect to see more from this project long after
February.

— *Gi**llian*
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*American Democracy Is Only 55 Years Old, by Vann R. Newkirk II*
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Black civil-rights activists—and especially Black women—delivered on the
promise of the Founding. Their victories are in peril.
[image: Photo of Black Americans waiting to vote]
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Dan Budnik / Contact Press Images; Flip Schulke / Corbis / Getty
*We Were the Last of the Nice Negro Girls, by Anna Deavere Smith*
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In 1968, history found us at a small women’s college, forging our Black
identity and empowering our defiance.
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KATIE MARTIN
*Stories of Slavery, From Those Who Survived It
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by Clint Smith*
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The Federal Writers’ Project narratives provide an all-too-rare link to our
past.
[image: Photograph by Aaron Turner; archival image from Library of Congress]
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Photograph by Aaron Turner; archival image from Library of Congress
*Curt Flood Belongs in the Hall of Fame, by Jemele Hill*
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His defiance changed baseball and helped assert Black people’s worth in
American culture.
[image: Illustration of Curt Flood]
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MAX SANSING
*A Forgotten Black Founding Father, by Danielle Allen*
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Why I’ve made it my mission to teach others about Prince Hall
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Matt Williams
The Magazine That Helped 1920s Kids Navigate Racism, by Anna Holmes
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Mainstream culture denied Black children their humanity—so W. E. B. Du Bois
created *The Brownies’ Book* to assert it.
[image: Collage of archival photos from Black history]
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Courtesy of Library of Congress/ The Atlantic
*A Priceless Archive of Ordinary Life, by Cynthia Greenlee*
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To preserve Black history, a 19th-century Philadelphian filled hundreds of
scrapbooks with newspaper clippings and other materials. But now
underfunding and physical decay are putting archives like this one at risk.
[image: Rendering of old newspaper clippings]
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LENARD SMITH
Ghosts in Schools, by Joy priest
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With lines from *In the Wake*, by Christina Sharpe
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