A Publication Dedicated to the Cause of Justice As It Is to Nourishment of Critical Thinking
Bernard Headley relates the excitement those critical currents of thought evoked in graduate students in the 1970s, not the least because such “radical” analysis offered the best explanation of and framework for understanding the crime problem that had so bedeviled black America. This memoir traces his journey with this journal from his student years at Howard University and initial writings on black-on-black crime through his eventual membership on the editorial board.
UC Berkeley, Howard University, social justice [periodical]
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 26, No. 2 (1999): 82-86