In this collection of conversations spanning several years, Dr. Horne confronts the history of settler colonialism and the fight against fascism while providing dazzling insights on Jazz, Claude Barnett, Paul Robeson, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Shirley Graham Du Bois. He delivers deeper insights into the histories of Kenya, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. Chris Steele’s curiosity as an interviewer creates dialogues where Dr. Horne often braids his journeys into the archives with his scholarship often opening up into his own personal narrative. Part history, part radical memoir, Acknowledging Radical Histories displays the power of conversation, solidarity, and coming together for a better future.