Race Traitor #3

Race Traitor #3

3rd issue of Race Traitor, Spring 1994.

Table of Contents

Who Lost an American, by Joel Gilbert, as told to Noel Ignatiev

Back From Hell: Black Power and Treason to Whiteness Inside Prison Walls, by Komboa Ervin

Letters from Lucasville Prison, by Chryztof Knecht

When We Don't Get Race, It Kills Us, by Mab Segrest

Free To Be Me

Richmond Journal: Thirty Years in Black & White, by Edward H. Peeples

Panic, Rage, and Reason, by John Garvey

Out of Whiteness, by Christopher Day

Review: Ruth Frankenburg, White Women, Race Matters, by Marion Gray

"I just called myself a little foot-soldier..." An Interview with activists at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Can I Get a Witness, by Phil Rubio

Reflections on the Comparative History and Sociology of Racism, by George M. Frederickson

The White Worker and the Labor Movement in Nineteenth-Century America, by Noel Ignatiev

Editorials: When Does the Unreasonable Act Make Sense?

Anti-Fascism, "Anti-racism," and Abolition

Correspondence

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