Category: Women’s History Month

 9 Comments on Imprisoned People and Ideas with Dr. Joy James
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Imprisoned People and Ideas with Dr. Joy James

 1 Comment on Poverty Scholarship: Redistribution of Wealth and Ideas
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Poverty Scholarship: Redistribution of Wealth and Ideas

 2 Comments on Why Black America Must Oppose AFRICOM with Margaret Kimberely
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Why Black America Must Oppose AFRICOM with Margaret Kimberely

 4 Comments on Academics In Cars #10: Black Radicalism and Hip-Hop in Marijuana-Land with Sima Lee
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Academics In Cars #10: Black Radicalism and Hip-Hop in Marijuana-Land with Sima Lee

 3 Comments on Academics In Cars #9 – Hip-Hop In Africa With Dr. Msia Kibona Clark
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Academics In Cars #9 – Hip-Hop In Africa With Dr. Msia Kibona Clark

 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 Blackness Largely Absent From Kerner Commission Report on Black Uprisings
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Blackness Largely Absent From Kerner Commission Report on Black Uprisings

 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

 2 Comments on The Dangers of Social Media and Blackness
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The Dangers of Social Media and Blackness

 1 Comment on The Puerto Rican Colony, Oscar Lopez Rivera and the Politics of Parades
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The Puerto Rican Colony, Oscar Lopez Rivera and the Politics of Parades

 4 Comments on Las Mujeres Rebeldes – The Rebel Women with Iris Morales
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Las Mujeres Rebeldes – The Rebel Women with Iris Morales

 3 Comments on Maroons, Panama and Afro-Latinas with Yvette Modestin
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Maroons, Panama and Afro-Latinas with Yvette Modestin

 0 Comment on Surveillance Literacy: The Internet and Black Death
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Surveillance Literacy: The Internet and Black Death

 2 Comments on The Quadrennial Duopoly Sham and The Black Vote
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The Quadrennial Duopoly Sham and The Black Vote

 3 Comments on In The Mix with Rosa Clemente (Part ONE)
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In The Mix with Rosa Clemente (Part ONE)

 2 Comments on Maroon Histories of African Resistance
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Maroon Histories of African Resistance

 0 Comment on Sandra Bland and Black Girls Matter
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Sandra Bland and Black Girls Matter

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

 3 Comments on Symbolism and State Violence and Women in Mama’s Hip-Hop Kitchen
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Symbolism and State Violence and Women in Mama’s Hip-Hop Kitchen

 1 Comment on Black Girls Matter and Black Power in the Pacific
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Black Girls Matter and Black Power in the Pacific

 5 Comments on Mixed Kids Roundtable: The Politics of Multiracialism and Identity
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Mixed Kids Roundtable: The Politics of Multiracialism and Identity

 3 Comments on From Selma to Redskins: No Hooks for the Hip-Hop Chronicles
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From Selma to Redskins: No Hooks for the Hip-Hop Chronicles

 0 Comment on MOVE: Organized Rebellion, Psychology and the Police State
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MOVE: Organized Rebellion, Psychology and the Police State

 0 Comment on The State, Police Violence and Liberated Masses Media: Other Views of Ferguson
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The State, Police Violence and Liberated Masses Media: Other Views of Ferguson

 14 Comments on Assata Shakur, Excluding the Nightmare After the Dream by Dhoruba bin-Wahad
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Assata Shakur, Excluding the Nightmare After the Dream by Dhoruba bin-Wahad

 0 Comment on Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War Against Apartheid
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Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War Against Apartheid

 0 Comment on Ralina Joseph and Critical Mixed-Race Studies
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Ralina Joseph and Critical Mixed-Race Studies

 3 Comments on Women Tell the Untold Story of the Rise and Fall of the Hip-Hop Political Convention
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Women Tell the Untold Story of the Rise and Fall of the Hip-Hop Political Convention

 0 Comment on An Interview w Arnette Ball
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An Interview w Arnette Ball

 0 Comment on Nomzamo!
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Nomzamo!