SOURCE: Bloomberg CityLab
How White Liberals Destroyed the 1970s’ Soul City
by Brentin Mock
The new book "Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia," by Seton Hall Law School professor Thomas Healy, explores the history of how and why Floyd McKissick’s experiment came to be, and its unceremonious end.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
The Plan to Build a Capital for Black Capitalism
Thomas Healy's book "Soul City" looks at a short-lived experiment to create a capital city for Black capitalism in America, part of a long series of political debates about whether the pursuit of economic power by Black Americans would overcome racism.
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