David Anthony

Professor of African History at UC Santa Cruz

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Professor of African History at the University of California Santa Cruz and the author of Max Yergan: Race Man, Internationalist, Cold Warrior

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Max Yergan was a contemporary of African-American civil rights pioneers, including Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, singer and activist Paul Robeson, educator and writer W.E.B.

Biography Explores Pan Africanist Turned Apartheid Apologist

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