Five decades after the July 1967 Rebellion in Detroit there are still fierce debates over how to define the events which changed the course of African American history during the period of the transition from Civil Rights to African American Liberation. Abayomi Azikiwe sums up the lessons from 1967 and their implications for the contemporary racially charged atmosphere existing in the United States during the second decade of the 21st century.
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About the Author
Abayomi Azikiwe is the editor of the Pan-African News Wire. Azikiwe is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit holding undergraduate and graduate degrees in Political Economy along with Organizational and Administrative Studies. Azikiwe has worked for several decades in solidarity with various liberation movements and progressive governments in Africa, the Caribbean and other geo-political regions. The author also serves as a political analyst for various satellite television networks and other press agencies internationally.