Roots of Resistance: Two Accounts of Africanity in Diaspora

S. T. Livingston, Ph.D. “…Douglass returned to the Covey farm early on the Sunday, buoyed gingerly by the promise of Sandy’s (R)oot Magic.”[1] Histories of African identity and resistance are numerous and wrought with varying interpretations of the meaning and nature of that identity in Diaspora. This is a brief post sharing thoughts on a disparate pair of them:Continue reading “Roots of Resistance: Two Accounts of Africanity in Diaspora”