(The TQCC of Souls is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
#MariellePresente: Black Feminism, Political Power, and Violence in Brazil2
“Nothing but Joy”: The Welfare Rights Movement’s Antiwork Freedom Dream1
“The Blood of Innocent Children”: Race, Respectability, and “True” Victimhood in the 1985 MOVE Police Bombing1
To See the Earth before the End of the Antiblack World0
Toward a Truth and Reconciliation Commission for New African/Black Political Prisoners, Prisoners of War and Freedom Fighters0
Guest Editors’ Note0
Dr. Mutulu Shakur and the Holistic Healing of Acupuncture and Political Education: A Review of Dope is Death0
The Sound Approach: The Changing Same of Amiri Baraka’s Black Internationalism0
“Non-Recognition of the Law Does Not Invalidate It”: The Status of BLA and Provisional IRA Prisoners0
Straight Ahead: The Life of Resistance of Dr. Mutulu Shakur0
The Seed: History of the Original Acupuncture Detoxification Program at Lincoln Hospital0
“Shame Upon the Guilty City”: Riots and White Rage in the American Past and Present0
Guns, Torches and Badges: The 1979 Greensboro Massacre, the Charlottesville Unite the Right Rally, and the Lasting Impacts of Racial Violence on Black and anti-Racist Communities0
A Black Construction of Colonialism: The Black Marxist Response to Fascism in the 1930s0
Sonicated Blackness in Jazz Age Shanghai, 1924–1954: Jazz, Community, and the (In)visibility of African American Musicians in the Creation of the Soundtrack of Chinese Modernity0
The Struggle for International Political Recognition for New Afrikan/Black Freedom Fighters0
More Than and Beyond Racism: Theoretical and Political Meditations on Antiblackness0
To My Son Tupac0
COINTELPRO Continues: Dr. Mutulu Shakur0
Revolutionary Doctor, Revolutionary Lawyer0
Editor’s Note0
The Burning House: Revolution and Black Art0
Who Is a Prisoner of War? Mutulu Shakur and the Struggle for Black Liberation0
Interview with Formerly Incarcerated Men about Dr. Shakur’s Impact0