Cynthia R. Greenlee
Roots revolutionized how Americans viewed and talked about black history. But its influence extended across the Atlantic, especially to West Africa and apartheid South Africa.Cynthia R. GreenleeMay 30, 2016
As in the infamous 1955 murder of a black teen, society sought to taint the character of a 12-year-old black boy recently killed by police with the sins of his father.Cynthia R. GreenleeMar 12, 2015
Fights over space—whether in subways or suburban neighborhoods—are more often contests about privilege.Cynthia R. GreenleeFeb 12, 2015
Dear Thom Tillis: How Long Does It Take For a Black Person to Become a Traditional North Carolinian?
An open letter to the Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, who is currently running for U.S. Senate, is prompted by his comments about the Republican Party's demographics.Cynthia R. GreenleeJun 21, 2014