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Dr. Lewis Gordon: Afropessimism, Africana Philosophy and Theory

Dr. Lewis Gordon was our guest for more discussion of Afropessimism, Africana Philosophy and Theory. Gordon discussed some troubling trends in prevalent in much of…

Dr. Yvonne Seon on The Congo, Patrice Lumumba and Africana Studies

Dr. Yvonne Seon joined us this week for part one of what will be multiple segments to discuss her fascinating career in Black/Africana Studies her…

The Intent, History and Legacy of Activism and Scholarship in Africana Studies: A Conversation with Dr. James Turner

Dr. James Turner is the founding director of the Africana Studies and Research Center established in 1969 at Cornell University.  Having himself been part of and impacted…

Africana Womanism, Kemet and the Fallibility of Feminism

During this week’s 28th annual Kemetic Studies Conference of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) a panel was convened on the continuing relevance…

‘Smart Power’ In the Era of Africana Studies with Dr. Greg Carr

Dr. Greg Carr speaking at the 28th annual Kemetic Studies conference convened by the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations gave this rousing talk:…

Dr. Ronald Walters: Africana @ 40 (Part One)

Dr. Ronald Walters was among the most honest, hard-working and supportive scholars whose work in African American politics was unparalleled.  He was a prolific author,…

Agency and Agencies: Still Much More on the Politics of the (Black Panther) Film

Drs. Ball, Bolden and Burroughs, “The Killer Bs,” sat down for an “impromptu radio” formatted discussion of Burroughs’ new book, Marvel’s Black Panther: A Comic…