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Inaugural Issue

Africana Studies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic Serving Institutions

Vol. 1 | No. 1 | Winter 2023

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Editors’ Note

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Homage to the Ancestors

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Introduction to the Inaugural Issue: Africana Studies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic Serving Institutions

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Peoples College: A Black Liberation Project Based at Fisk University, 1970–1975

Abdul Alkalimat

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Black Studies in Brown Spaces: The Benefits and Challenges of Teaching Black Studies at a Hispanic Serving Institution in Southern California

Aimee Glocke and James Henry

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An Alumna’s Work: The Women’s Research and Resource Center and Africana Studies at Spelman College

Stefanie M. Schuster

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Black Mood: The Emergence of Africana Studies at Trinity Washington University

Kimberly F. Monroe and Joshua K. Wright

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(Re)establishing the Bachelor of Science Degree in Africana Studies at Tennessee State University

Andrea Ringer and Sekhmet Maat

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Siyabonana Interview with Mario Beatty

Co-Editors

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Siyabonana Interview with Karin Stanford

Aimee Glocke

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Book Reviews

 

We Are Worth Fighting For: A History of the Howard University Student Protest of 1989 by Joshua Myers

Review by Robert Greene

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The History of Black Studies by Abdul Alkalimat

Review by Jimmy Butts

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