Lerone Bennett’s Lessons For Today’s Black Intellectuals

Robert Greene II
Mar 25, 2019 - 5:00
Lerone Bennett's Lessons For Today's Black Intellectuals

“It’s hard to tell time by revolutionary clocks. Everything, including time, changes in a revolutionary time, and the clocks inherited from the old regime are usually too slow or too fast.” These words could have easily have been written in 2019, but they were published in August 1969 in Ebony magazine, written by editor, historian and public intellectual Lerone...

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