A Community History of African America (w/Dr. Keisha Blain)

What can we learn from 400 years of African American contribution, work and struggle? Dr. Keisha Blain's newest book examines the community that survived America.

Dr. Keisha Blain joined Thom to discuss the new book, Four Hundred Souls: A Community of African America.

Dr. Keisha Blain is the Historian & Associate Professor of History-University of Pittsburgh / President-African American Intellectual History Society / Co-Editor (w/Ibram X. Kendi) of the new book, Four Hundred Souls / Author, Set the World On FIre: Black Nationalist Women and the Global Struggle for Freedom and, the forthcoming, Until I Am Free: Fannie Lou Hamer's Vision of America