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 1 Comment on Black Studies Matters Series: The Meaning and Mission of Black Studies
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Black Studies Matters Series: The Meaning and Mission of Black Studies

 0 Comment on Radical Blackness w Dr. Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua
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Radical Blackness w Dr. Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua

 4 Comments on Hoyt Fuller and the Architects of the Black Arts Movement
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Hoyt Fuller and the Architects of the Black Arts Movement

 3 Comments on Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies
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Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies

 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

 1 Comment on That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”
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That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”

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

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

 8 Comments on Living Genealogies of Africana Studies with Dr. Greg Carr
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Living Genealogies of Africana Studies with Dr. Greg Carr

 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 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

 0 Comment on Afrikan Education and the On-Going Crisis of Culture and Consciousness
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Afrikan Education and the On-Going Crisis of Culture and Consciousness

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

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I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto (NOW FREE!)

 0 Comment on Hip-Hop vs. The Bourgeois West … and ‘Hip-Hop Studies’? by Greg Thomas
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Hip-Hop vs. The Bourgeois West … and ‘Hip-Hop Studies’? by Greg Thomas