In his book, Black Revolution in America, W.E.B. Du Bois described the promise of Reconstruction as a “brief moment in the sun” for Blacks before the disastrous end moved African Americans “back again toward slavery.” The receding of the Black Power insurgency during the 1970s didn’t return African Americans to a state of neo-slavery, but the hope and expectations raised by the movement of the 1960s proved elusive.
By the end of the 1970s, there was little talk about institutional racism or the systemic roots of Black oppression. There was even less talk about the kind of movement necessary to challenge it. Instead, when Ronald Reagan ran for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1976, he made a play for the racist vote by complaining about a fictitious "strapping young buck" using food stamps to buy T-bone steak.
—  From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation, Keeanga Yamhatta Taylor

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