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Robert F Williams
Great episode! Speaking of Africana Philosophy and Cuba, do you intend to cover Robert F Williams? I know he's not Cuban, but I was just reminded of him because of how he took asylum there and ran "Radio Free Dixie" out of the country.
That's funny, a week ago I wouldn't have known who you are talking about but I have been reading up on the Black Panthers for an episode on them and learned of Williams as a figure who helped inspire the Panthers. I think he will probably just get a mention in passing in that episode, as part of the background.
Philosophy paper on Williams
There's a paper by Tommy Curry on Williams' philosophy:
"Robert F. Williams and Militant Civil Rights: The Philosophy and Legacy of Pre-emptive Self-Defense" https://www.pdcnet.org/radphilrev/content/radphilrev_2015_0018_0001_004…
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