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William Monroe Trotter

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WATCH: Basic Black on social justice and William Monroe Trotter

William Monroe Trotter may not be a familiar name to those outside of Boston, but he was an early leader in the push for civil rights. His radical philosophy toward social change for African Americans in the early 20th century resurfaced in recent years with the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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() “Reimagining Our Radical Roots” Convening Marks the 150th Birthday of Civil Rights Pioneer and Journalist William Monroe Trotter at Harvard University’s Kennedy School | Press releases

() “Reimagining Our Radical Roots” Convening Marks the 150th Birthday of Civil Rights Pioneer and Journalist William Monroe Trotter at Harvard College’s Kennedy Faculty. (Black PR Wire) Cambridge, MA – This spring the William Monroe Trotter Collaborative for Social Justice on the Harvard Kennedy Faculty will host a serious two-day occasion celebrating the 150th beginning anniversary of 20th century civil rights pioneer and journalist William Monroe Trotter. “Reimagining Our Radical Roots: A International Classroom of Citizen Activism” will happen April 7-Eight and can be obtainable in each on-line and in-person codecs. Go to the Trotter Collaborative website to be taught extra and register.
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Reimagining Our Radical Roots: Honoring the 150th Birth Anniversary of William Monroe Trotter

This spring the William Monroe Trotter Collaborative for Social Justice at Harvard Kennedy School will host a major two-day event celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of 20th century civil rights pioneer and journalist William Monroe Trotter. “Reimagining Our Radical Roots: A Global Classroom of Citizen Activism” will take place April 7-8 and will be available in both online and in-person formats. Visit the Trotter Collaborative website to learn more and register.
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William Monroe Trotter, editor of the Boston Guardian

This Black History Month, the Globe is saluting people who have made a difference in Massachusetts. William Monroe Trotter began publishing the Boston Guardian, a weekly Black newspaper, in November of 1901, and over the next three decades he urged a confrontational style of protest that would later influence the movement for civil rights.
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