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 1 Comment on This is black excellence The Space Program Album: Curriculum of the Mind
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This is black excellence The Space Program Album: Curriculum of the Mind

 1 Comment on Young, Pretty and Hard-Hitting – Academics In Cars #13
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Young, Pretty and Hard-Hitting – Academics In Cars #13

 8 Comments on The Vernon Philosophy Of Black Media Avoidance
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The Vernon Philosophy Of Black Media Avoidance

 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

 4 Comments on Defining Phenomena: Propaganda, Power and the Black Panther Party
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Defining Phenomena: Propaganda, Power and the Black Panther Party

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

 2 Comments on Donald Glover and the Vernon Philosophy of Black Media Avoidance
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Donald Glover and the Vernon Philosophy of Black Media Avoidance

 0 Comment on a Maimouna Youssef Workshop!
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a Maimouna Youssef Workshop!

 5 Comments on It’s Bigger Than Kanye: Hats, Hugs and Colonial Relations
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It’s Bigger Than Kanye: Hats, Hugs and Colonial Relations

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

 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

 0 Comment on The Price of the Ticket: How Much Does it Cost to See Ourselves?
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The Price of the Ticket: How Much Does it Cost to See Ourselves?

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

 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

 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)

 1 Comment on Black Power and Its Discontents
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Black Power and Its Discontents

 0 Comment on Champagne Sharks: Myth of Black Buying Power feat. Jared Ball
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Champagne Sharks: Myth of Black Buying Power feat. Jared Ball

 1 Comment on Notes on the Cornel West & Ta-Nehisi Coates “Feud:” An Interview with Professor Jared Ball
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Notes on the Cornel West & Ta-Nehisi Coates “Feud:” An Interview with Professor Jared Ball

 2 Comments on Image Weaponry and The Cuban Example
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Image Weaponry and The Cuban Example

 5 Comments on Dr. King Must Never Be Remembered
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Dr. King Must Never Be Remembered

 4 Comments on Stokely: A Review of ‘Our Premier Interpreter’ of Black Power Studies
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Stokely: A Review of ‘Our Premier Interpreter’ of Black Power Studies

 0 Comment on 2017: A Pop Cultural Year In Review
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2017: A Pop Cultural Year In Review

 2 Comments on An Interview With Boots Riley
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An Interview With Boots Riley

 2 Comments on The Mutating Immutable: Black, Mixed, Bi-Racial
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The Mutating Immutable: Black, Mixed, Bi-Racial

 3 Comments on Internal Colonialism Theory: Its History and Current Value
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Internal Colonialism Theory: Its History and Current Value

 5 Comments on The Pitfalls of (Black) Capitalism and Banking
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The Pitfalls of (Black) Capitalism and Banking

 7 Comments on Hip-Hop’s Still Troubled Narrative: A Requiem for C. Delores Tucker
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Hip-Hop’s Still Troubled Narrative: A Requiem for C. Delores Tucker

 1 Comment on Race, Sports and Popular Culture: Richard Spencer, Eminem and Colin Kaepernick
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Race, Sports and Popular Culture: Richard Spencer, Eminem and Colin Kaepernick