Category: Panels & Presentations

 0 Comment on Robert Allen, Black Awakening and Internal Colonialism Theory
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Robert Allen, Black Awakening and Internal Colonialism Theory

 0 Comment on Malcolm X and The Politics of Historiography with Dr. Scot Brown
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Malcolm X and The Politics of Historiography with Dr. Scot Brown

 0 Comment on Kwame Ture Speaks on Pan-Africanism (1996)
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Kwame Ture Speaks on Pan-Africanism (1996)

 0 Comment on Losing Our Memory: A Lie of Reinvention w Todd Burroughs and Jared Ball
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Losing Our Memory: A Lie of Reinvention w Todd Burroughs and Jared Ball

 0 Comment on Enemies of the State: Government Surveillance in Communities “of Color”
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Enemies of the State: Government Surveillance in Communities “of Color”

 3 Comments on A Legacy of Africana Studies: A Conversation with Dr. James Turner
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A Legacy of Africana Studies: A Conversation with Dr. James Turner

 4 Comments on Colonialism, Media and Psychological Warfare
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Colonialism, Media and Psychological Warfare

 0 Comment on Africana Womanism, Kemet and the Fallibility of Feminism
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Africana Womanism, Kemet and the Fallibility of Feminism

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

 0 Comment on Capitalism: Racial and Social Justice Orientation @ CUNY Law School
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Capitalism: Racial and Social Justice Orientation @ CUNY Law School

 0 Comment on Requiem for a Timekeeper: Dr. Greg Carr on the Life and History of Dr. John Henrik Clarke
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Requiem for a Timekeeper: Dr. Greg Carr on the Life and History of Dr. John Henrik Clarke

 1 Comment on Paul Robeson, Jr.: State Repression of Paul Robeson
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Paul Robeson, Jr.: State Repression of Paul Robeson

 0 Comment on Malcolm X Commemoration February 22, 2013 Howard University
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Malcolm X Commemoration February 22, 2013 Howard University

 1 Comment on Sports Talk Radio and North American Apartheid
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Sports Talk Radio and North American Apartheid

 4 Comments on Dr. King Commemorated: COINTELPRO and the 45th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. King
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Dr. King Commemorated: COINTELPRO and the 45th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. King

 0 Comment on Marcus Garvey and W.E.B. DuBois Battle in the Press
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Marcus Garvey and W.E.B. DuBois Battle in the Press

 3 Comments on Not Yet Unchained: Django and Lincoln’s (Ab)Use of History as False Transcendence
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Not Yet Unchained: Django and Lincoln’s (Ab)Use of History as False Transcendence

 0 Comment on The Politics Behind Exporting Hip-Hop
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The Politics Behind Exporting Hip-Hop

 0 Comment on An Interview about I Mix What I Like! w Dr. Stephen Ferguson
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An Interview about I Mix What I Like! w Dr. Stephen Ferguson

 0 Comment on Whose Malcolm X? Amiri Baraka and Bill Fletcher Debate
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Whose Malcolm X? Amiri Baraka and Bill Fletcher Debate

 0 Comment on Dr. Jared A. Ball at SUNY New Paltz: The R.E.A.L. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Dr. Jared A. Ball at SUNY New Paltz: The R.E.A.L. Martin Luther King Jr.

 2 Comments on Media and the (Im)possibility of Democracy: A Call to Action
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Media and the (Im)possibility of Democracy: A Call to Action

 0 Comment on Malcolm X: Who Was the Man Behind the Legend?
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Malcolm X: Who Was the Man Behind the Legend?

 0 Comment on Beyond the Beats: Towards a Radical Analysis of the State of Hip-Hop
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Beyond the Beats: Towards a Radical Analysis of the State of Hip-Hop

 0 Comment on Drawing Some Political Lines: Ideology in Hip-Hop
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Drawing Some Political Lines: Ideology in Hip-Hop

 0 Comment on The Revolutionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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The Revolutionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 0 Comment on Dr. Laura Nader on Law and Plunder
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Dr. Laura Nader on Law and Plunder

 2 Comments on Malcolm X And Radical Black Ministry w Dr. John Henrik Clarke
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Malcolm X And Radical Black Ministry w Dr. John Henrik Clarke