Category: Africana Studies

 2 Comments on A Brief History of Pan-Africanism with Hakim Adi
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A Brief History of Pan-Africanism with Hakim Adi

 6 Comments on Tommy Curry and The Man [Still] Not!
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Tommy Curry and The Man [Still] Not!

 6 Comments on Degrees of Propaganda: The University and Public Opinion
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Degrees of Propaganda: The University and Public Opinion

 26 Comments on Pan-Africanism, #ADOS, Reparations and Good Black Capitalism(?)
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Pan-Africanism, #ADOS, Reparations and Good Black Capitalism(?)

 6 Comments on Talking Pan-Africanism with Anoa Changa
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Talking Pan-Africanism with Anoa Changa

 3 Comments on Black Universities: Shelter Or Storm?
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Black Universities: Shelter Or Storm?

 3 Comments on Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy
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Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy

 9 Comments on A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X
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A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X

 11 Comments on Unsilencing Stealth Histories of Armed Struggle and Shortcomings of Left Media Analysis
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Unsilencing Stealth Histories of Armed Struggle and Shortcomings of Left Media Analysis

 1 Comment on International Symposium All Power to the People!
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International Symposium All Power to the People!

 1 Comment on Book Review: The African, The European, And The Underground Whispers That Spurred Revolution
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Book Review: The African, The European, And The Underground Whispers That Spurred Revolution

 5 Comments on Redefining Veteran’s Day
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Redefining Veteran’s Day

 1 Comment on Pan-African Liberation Historical Fiction: The Secret Life of Mariah Otey Reddick
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Pan-African Liberation Historical Fiction: The Secret Life of Mariah Otey Reddick

 3 Comments on Can A Leopard Change Its Spots? Undermining the Black Studies Tradition
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Can A Leopard Change Its Spots? Undermining the Black Studies Tradition

 0 Comment on William Parker, 9/11 and American Mythology
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William Parker, 9/11 and American Mythology

 3 Comments on Inequality Is Public Policy – Academics In Cars #8 with Dr. Nathan Connolly
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Inequality Is Public Policy – Academics In Cars #8 with Dr. Nathan Connolly

 6 Comments on 4th Anniversary! Son-Shine On Cracked Sidewalks: An Audiobook by Todd Steven Burroughs
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4th Anniversary! Son-Shine On Cracked Sidewalks: An Audiobook by Todd Steven Burroughs

 1 Comment on Remembering The Politics of Dr. King
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Remembering The Politics of Dr. King

 3 Comments on Academics In Cars #6: Mr. Thomas Porter talks Political Struggle and Pop Histories
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Academics In Cars #6: Mr. Thomas Porter talks Political Struggle and Pop Histories

 2 Comments on Black Media: Past, Present, Future
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Black Media: Past, Present, Future

 1 Comment on Hip-Hop in the HBCU Academy
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Hip-Hop in the HBCU Academy

 0 Comment on Academics In Cars #4: Dr. Iyelli Ichile Talks African Women, Film and Teaching
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Academics In Cars #4: Dr. Iyelli Ichile Talks African Women, Film and Teaching

 4 Comments on Real African Black Panther Fighting Societies with Ahati Kilindi Iyi
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Real African Black Panther Fighting Societies with Ahati Kilindi Iyi

 0 Comment on The Black Panther and African Sovereignty
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The Black Panther and African Sovereignty

 3 Comments on Academics In Cars #2 – Dr. Lawrence Brown and “Category 5” Baltimore
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Academics In Cars #2 – Dr. Lawrence Brown and “Category 5” Baltimore

 13 Comments on Academics In Cars #1 – Marvel’s Black Panther
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Academics In Cars #1 – Marvel’s Black Panther

 3 Comments on Whose Black Panther? The Politics and History of the Comic and Film
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Whose Black Panther? The Politics and History of the Comic and Film

 0 Comment on Beggars On Horseback: Creating a Pan-African Power Paradigm for the 21st Century
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Beggars On Horseback: Creating a Pan-African Power Paradigm for the 21st Century

 7 Comments on Real Talk About Afro-Pessimism with Danae Martinez
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Real Talk About Afro-Pessimism with Danae Martinez

 1 Comment on Marvel’s Black Panther: A Comicbook Biography (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW)
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Marvel’s Black Panther: A Comicbook Biography (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW)