The New York Times is committed to bringing you almost as much late-breaking Angela Davis news as its stop-the-presses Emmett Till coverage. Angela Davis’s name has come up in the NYT 48 times over the last year, almost once per week.
What an interview with @AngelaDavis_. Inspiring, wise and ultra sharp. I really love her end remark: “I’ve come to the conclusion that our work as activists is always to prepare the next generation”. I can only say: I so much agree. #solidariskanarkisme https://t.co/TwfEytJkzN
— Uffe Elbaek (@uffeelbaek) October 25, 2020
Since then, the Times has written about Davis 397 times without mentioning the murdered judge by name once.
Harold Haley. Say his name.