Eric Greve

Independent Historian
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Eric Greve is earning a Masters in Teaching degree from the University of Washington. After graduating, he plans to become a high school social studies teacher in the Seattle area.

John Brown (1800-1859)

John Brown was a controversial figure who played a major role in leading the United States to civil war. He was a devout Christian and lifelong abolitionist who tried to eradicate slavery from the United States through increasingly radical means. Unlike most abolitionists, Brown was not a pacifist and he … Read MoreJohn Brown (1800-1859)

Corey D. Flournoy (1974- )

Corey Flournoy is an educator, diversity advocate, and entrepreneur. Flournoy went from an early life in Chicago’s crime-ridden projects to a career in agricultural sciences, becoming the first African American to be named president of the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) organization.  He was … Read MoreCorey D. Flournoy (1974- )

Republic of New Africa (1968- )

The Republic of New Africa (RNA) is a black nationalist organization that was created in 1969 on the premise that an independent black republic should be created out of the southern United States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, which were considered “subjugated … Read MoreRepublic of New Africa (1968- )

Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement (1968-1971)

The Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement (DRUM) was a radical organization of black autoworkers in Detroit, Michigan who were dissatisfied with working conditions at Chrysler and with the response of their union, the United Autoworkers (UAW). DRUM grew out of the Black Power Movement and began … Read MoreDodge Revolutionary Union Movement (1968-1971)