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Should Blacks Go Green?

It’s Time to Stop Being Taken for Granted
Counter Punch

by ISHMAEL REED

So when confronted with a party that takes them for granted and one that doesn’t care whether they go drown, why shouldn’t blacks go green?

The one argument I’ve heard against the idea is that the Green Party is dominated by coffee house liberals. Obviously, blacks have made alliances with worse.

Ishmael Reed’s new play, “Body Parts,” will open on Oct. 25 at the Nuyorican Poet’s Café, 236, East Third Street, between Aves. B and C. For more info call 212-505-8183.

Ishmael Reed is a poet, novelist and essayist who lives in Oakland. His widely-accalimed novels include, Mumbo Jumbo, the Freelance Pallbearers and the Last Days of Louisiana Red. He has recently published a fantastic book on Oakland: Blues City: a Walk in Oakland and Carroll and Graf has recently published a thick volume of his poems: New and Collected Poems: 1964-2006.

He is also the editor of the online zine Konch.

Read entire article.

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