Marable’s Malcolm X biography wins Pulitzer prize
April 19, 2012 — Press release
Written by Institute of Race Relations
To celebrate the fact that the late Manning Marable has been awarded the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for history for his ground-breaking book, Malcolm X – a life of reinvention, Race & Class makes available for free the seminal articles that Professor Marable wrote on the politics of the black working class in the US.
Manning Marable was for many years a member of the Editorial Working Committee of Race & Class and contributed to key discussions and conferences on racism and black struggles across the two continents. The magazine is delighted that his life’s work on Malcolm X has been publicly recognised, if, sadly, posthumously.
On Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 April, Columbia University, New York will be hosting the Manning Marable Conference, which features talks from Angela Davis and Mumia Abu Jamal. For the full line-up of speakers and themes, visit the event’s website.
Download for free
‘Rethinking black liberation: towards a new protest paradigm’ (Race & Class Vol. 38 no. 4, 1997)
‘The divided mind of Black America: race, ideology and politics in the post-Civil Rights era’, with Leith Mullings, (Race & Class Vol. 36 no. 1, 1994)
‘Memory and militancy in transition: the 1993 march on Washington’ (Race & Class Vol. 35 no. 3, 1994)
Please note the articles will only be available for free until 31 July 2012.
The Institute of Race Relations is precluded from expressing a corporate view: any opinions expressed are therefore those of the authors.
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