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40th Annual National Council for Black Studies Conference 2016-Mar-16 to 2016-Mar-20
"Detroit Women and the Black Arts Movement"
"Diversity and Excellence: Stereotype Threat and Negative Perceptions Among African American Students in Honors Programs."
"I Love This Cotton Hair!": Black Women, Natural Hair, and (Re)Constructions of Beauty
"I’m Still At A Loss for Words”: Re-Centering the Voices of Black Women in the #BlackLivesMatter Movement
"New Women, Steel City: The Aurora Reading Club in Pittsburgh, PA, 1890-1940"
"The Brothers" : Black Power in 1960s Albany, New York
Yehudah, Ph.D., Miciah Z..
"This Tortured and Uncertain Life": A Psychoanalytic Reading of Vera Caspary’s The White Girl
"We Contend Against Outrage and Oppression": Ellen Garrison Jackson, Activist-Teacher
"What Are You Following me For?” Teaching Community, Justice-Learning, and The Power of Black Youth Voices
#BlackButtsMatter: Cross Cultural Examination of Black Women’s Motivation to Engage in Body Modification
#BlackLivesMatter: Teaching During the Movement at UNCG
#RealSisters: Exploring the Myth of Black Sisterhood
(South) African Renaissance: South Africa’s Role in Shaping Continental Pan-Africanism as a Regional Power
‘Naija’ in South Africa: Towards a Methodology to Examine African Diasporic Cultural Producers, Cultural Productions, and Representations
’Round Pegs into Square Holes:’ Teaching Black Studies in an African Centered Way at Predominantly White Institutions
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A Black Professor at a Majority White HBCU; Proufond Questions, Perspectives, and Ironies
A Cut Above the Rest: An Ethnographic Glimpse of an Unconventional Intimacy
A Love Letter to All My Sisters
A Site of Nation: African American Utopian Novels at the end of 19th and early 20th Century
A Typology of Black Culture Centers at Traditionally White Universities
Abolition Democracy: Re-Imagining the Privatization of Prisons and the 21st Century Mass Incarceration Crisis
Abstract French vs. Haitian Kreyol Debate in Miami Experiment
Ace Bandages and Amnesia: The Political Erasure of African Medicinal Knowledges from African History
Activists in Name Only: The Incorporation of NABJ
Africa in the Global Fashion Industry: Beyond Masks, Safari Coats, and Romance
African American Literature of the Civil Rights Movement
African American Spirituality and Religiosity
African American Women Athletes at PWIs in the Jim Crow Era, 1900-1940
African Centered Education as Solution to Black Miseducation
Shockley, Kmt., Burbanks, Samuel. and McPherson, Kevin.
African History, Culture, and Literature in the 21st Century: The Field of Black Studies in Brazil and Latin America
De Sousa, Andreia.
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Bass Reeves: African American Legend of the Old West
Being African-Centered in the 21st Century: Black female Junior faculty members teaching, learning, and navigating HBCUs
Kirby, PhD, Morgan. and Berry, Erin.
Being, Existence, Freedom & Suffering in Black Philosophy: Pan Africanism Through the Lens of Black Existentialism
Beyond Reproductive Choice: SisterSong and Reproductive Justice for Black Women
Black Activism on College Campuses in the Creation of a Black Cultural Center
Stubbs, Marcus Stubbs.
Black Clergy in ELection 2016
Black College Student Retention at Predominately White Institutions: The Role of Black Studies?
Black Conservative Constructions of Race and Public Policy
Black Girl Magic: The Message and the Movement – then, now, and beyond.
Black Life on the Hill: The Impact of Nationalized Racial Violence And Discrimination on Undergraduates at Cornell
Black Power, Black Faith and Black Jesus: The Rhetoric and Theology of Rev. Albert Cleage, Jr.
Black Religiosity: Utilizing W.E.B. Du Bois to explore the popularity of Black Megachurches in Atlanta, Georgia
Black Seahawks: African American Whalers during the Antebellum Era
Black Studies and the Black University: A Critical Reconsideration
Boone, Will., Pope, James., Walker, Corey. and Harold, Claudrena.
Black Suffering and Black Liberation: James Cone, New Black Gods, and Theodicy
Tucker Edmonds, Joseph.
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Camden Perspectives on Imposed Renaissance Charters
Challenging the Mis-education of the Negro in Argentina: Pedagogy and Race in Buenos Aires
Charcoal making as a rural livelihood outcome: The case of Makala village in the Congo
Charlotte as Teaching Canvas: Exploring & Celebrating African Diasporas through Digital Storytelling
Childhood sexual abuse experiences and its associated factors among adolescent female high school students in Arbaminch town, Gammo Goffa zone, Southern Ethiopia: a mixed method study
Citizenship and Diaspora
Civil Rights and Other Monumental Tasks in the Sunshine State
College Selection in a Post-Colonial Context: A Qualitative Exploration of African-Americans’ Ontological Assumptions about Blackness and Whiteness
Color Deafness: Video Subtitles, Closed Captions, and White Writing as Textual Overlay for African American English
Comics to Reality: A Brief Analysis of Leadership Traits in order to seek Liberation
Conceived in Struggle: Black Studies at CSU Dominguez Hills
Confronting intersectionality of gender and race of Black girls in multiracial high schools:A critique in post-Apartheid South Africa
Countering the Assault on Black Studies
Brooks, Kevin. and Jeffries, Judson.
Creating an African American Interdisciplinary Course: Logic and Methodology
Critical Curriculum: The African-centered History of the United States
Duncan (Kweli), Arnett.
Dear White People and the Unresolvable Antagonism Between Whiteness and Black Subjectivity
Defending Our Good Names: Personal Namesakes and Political Mediascapes
Degradation Through Reclamation : The Rise of Black Social Media and the Plight of the Black Millennial
Developing a Global Perspective
Differentiated water availability in Zimbabwe's Mkwasine Estate Communities due to climate change
Digital Tools and Black Studies: An Overview
Digital Tools and Publishing Opportunities: The Case of Fire!!! The Multimedia Journal in Black Studies
Digitizing the Black Experience: Understanding Collaboration and Sustainability Initiatives
Dismantling Pedagogies of Silence: Curiosity as Resistance to Epistemic Domination in Urban Schools
Do not mistake my flesh for the enemy:” Black Poets and Dramatists Complicating the Limitations of Black Nationalist Identity
Dominican Attitudes Towards Haitian Immigrants, 2010-2012: A study.
Don’t speak for me…Listen to me! The Hip-Hop Generation; Abandonment and Mass Incarceration.
Dr. Bertha Maxwell-Roddey: The Personality Behind the Founding of
Dropping the Ball and Lifting the Fist: The Influence of Black Political Movements on the Identity and Agency of Black Athletes
Dying Under a Weight of Decadence: Suicide, White Manhood and Nationalist Rhetoric
Early African History, General Issues of Historiography and Multidisciplinary Evidence: the case of Understanding and Teaching Ancient Egypt in its African Context
Keita, S. O. Y..
Educating White Instructors: Moving Beyond Stereotype to See the Child Within
Encounter Theatre as a Means of Social Change and Empowerment
Coleman II, David.
Ethel Waters and Beyoncé: DIVAS!
Exploring Stereotype Threat in HBCU's and in PWI's
F-O-R-T The Operational Basis for African-Centered Africana Studies
Fighting the Funk: Artists, Activism, and the Cultural Boycott in Apartheid South Africa
Finding a Balance Between Returning to School and Being Successful: Voices from Jamaican Non-traditional Female Students
Forensic Anthropology: Stories in Bone
Free Angela: examining the role of gender and sexism in the Black Power Movement
From (Priest) and (Physician) to Root Doctors and Santeros: How Traditional Methods of Healing Unite Africans in the Diaspora and in the Motherland
From Ava to Zeinabu: unpacking The Unique Challenges That Black Women Filmmakers Face in American Cinema.
From Experience to Discourse: Online Value Production in Harlem Cultural Tourism
From National Council to National Mall
From Roots to Flourishing Literacy: Using Picture Books and Graphic Novels in the Middle and High School ESL Classroom
From Three Rivers to Arlington: Mexican American Civil Rights to 1954
From Y.O.U.-C.A.N. to M.A.N.-U.P.
Batteast, Cassio. and Knox, Joshua.
From snaps to raps: The role of Ebonics in African American communication
From the Classroom to the Community
Glitter in the Streets: The Caribbean Carnival as Kaleidoscopic Neocolonial Resistance in the Fiction of Pauline Melville
Globalization and its impacts on African Education: The case of Zimbabwean Education
Grassroots Mobilization for Criminal Justice Reform
HBCUS and the Cvil Rights Movement a Case Study of the NC A&T State University Register Student Newspaper and the Relevance of Other Historic African American Newspapers
Half of a Tassel: Effects of Retention Programs on Underrepresented Students Graduation from both Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Predominantly White Colleges and Universities
He lives: An Ethnographic study of Black Church culture in Los Angeles
Heading Home: Literary Pan-Africanism in the Return Narratives of Eslanda Robeson and Maya Angelou
Healing HIstory: The Documentary
Van Putten, Melodye Micere.
Helen Bannerman and Little Black Sambo (1899): A legacy of Othering through children’s literature
Henry Ossawa Tanner at the Paris Salon
High-Impact Educational Strategies: What Works for African American College Students?
Hip Hop Spirituals: African Spirituality, Spirituals, and the Spirit in Hip Hop
Claybrook, M. Keith. and Robinson, Tiearea.
Hip-Hop and the voice of the Black American community
Hiplife’s Jezebels: Female Images in Popular Ghanaian Music Videos
His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia in America: Africa and the Black Freedom Struggle in the United States
Historical Interpretation of Womanhood Image Based on Three Races of Economic Development Stages Worldwide: Igbo, African American and Han Chinese, a comparative perspective
Holding On: Gayl Jones and Unstately Black Life
Homegirls: Helping, Healing, and Holding Each Other Down
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I AM | WE ARE the WOMEN: A Call to Arms
Igbo Religion &Traditional Medicine
Imagining a Black Future Digital Revolution through the #Afrofuturism hashtag
In Theory and Action: Student and Faculty Reflections on 21st Century Black Student Organizing
Turner III, David. and Claybrook, M. Keith.
Individual Narratives, Collective Implications
Interdisciplinarity, the Sciences and the African Worldview
Intersections of Africana Voices via Nollywood Reception in Brazil
Into me see (Intimacy): The transformative power of Arts-based intergroup collaborations
Investigating Teachers’ Perceptions of Culturally Relevant Teaching in Early Elementary Classrooms
Juxtaposition of Black Lives Matter
Kendrick Lamar: Honest, Fearful and Unapologetic
Kente and Tartan: The Fabric of African Lives in Scotland
Kindred Narratives in Pan-African Perspective: African Centered Pedagogy, Culture, and Community Compared
Kool-Aid, King Kong and KFC: Racialism and the Media
Kunfundisha: An Innovative Teaching Approach for Student Engagement and Experiential Learning
Kunfundisha: An Innovative Teaching Approach for Student Engagement and Experiential Learning
Konadu, Kwasi. and Harris, Robert.
Kweku Andoh Sustainability Institute: Community Building in Ghana
Landscape of Kemit's Human Condition
Language and Society in Afrika: Kinship terms and the social ideal in Kemet
Languaging the African Diaspora: Somali Refugee Women, ESL and Central Ohio
Lessons in Freedom from the American South
Let the Girls Be Girls: Locating the Black Tomboy in Hip Hop Culture
Liberatory De-Stabilization of the Archival Enterprise: The Radical (Re)Orientation of Africana Museology
Like Black Studies - in the academy: Mississippi Hurricane Katrina Women Survivors - still on the fringes.
Living Under Fire: Panther Women, Black Power, and the Elm City
Looking to the Past for New Directions in Educational Leadership
Lucille Clifton: A Spiritual Shaping of Writing Projects and Educational Philosophies
Lynching in California: A Preliminary Report
Making the Coast Pacific: Military Road Building, Violence, and Social Engineering on Mexico’s Colorful Coast
Manufacturing West African Identities: Vlisco’s African Print in Post-Colonial Ghana
Mapping the Long Struggle: The Black Lives Matter Movement and African-centered Ethical Thought
Margaret Walker Alexander ‘Mother of the Black Studies Movement’ and The Institute for the Study of History, Life, and Culture of Black People at Jackson State College, 1968-1979
Marketing Strategies of the Connecticut UNIA: A Preaching of Unity, Religion and Fraternal Orders
Marriage, Murder, and Mayhem in Alice Walker's "The Third Life of Grange Copeland"
Masculinity and Mental Health: The Stifling Hold on Black Males
Matryoshka Dolls In Action: Black Women at Fayetteville State University, 1960-1980
Maya Angelou and Karrine Steffans: Taking Back Respectability and Owning Pleasure
Mentoring Black Graduate Students
Mentoring in Qualitative Research: Using Sista Circle Methodology to Support Black Women Teachers
Migration, borders, and crisis: intra-gender relations between native Finnish and Black African immigrant women
Mining in the Congo: The Lubumbashi Story.
Natural Evolutions: Community voices on reproductive and environmental health concerns facing Black women, with a focus on Black hair care
Negative to Positive: Black Cartoons Shift from Short Film to Television, 1900-1980.
New Native Son: The Fear Within
New Orleans & Jacmel; Sister Cities' Cultural & Economic Sustainability
Jackson, Joyce Marie.
New Pan-Africanism in a Global Political Economy: Africa’s Third Way
Edozie, Rita Kiki.
Niger Delta Dystopia and Environmental Activism in Ojaide's Tale of the Harmattan
Non-Aligned Women: Critical Issues for Black Women's Studies without Feminism
Not The Stereotypical Black Teen Mother: Factors that have helped contributed to their success
Ogun as healer: Exploring Afrofuturist pedagogy as a means to disrupt white cultural dominance in STEM education and amplify Africana girls’ technical agency.
On Gender and Jim Crow’s Teachers: Hidden Transcripts within the Hidden Transcript
On Kara Walker’s Sugar Sphinx and the Gratuitous Violence of the Slave (Wo)Man
Organizing for Collective Action: A Model for Mobilizing the Collegiate Community
People Can Change: Examining the Experiences of Formerly Incarcerated
Philosophy as Propaganda: Radical Representations as Liberatory Cultural Forms
Philosophy of Symbiosis, the Nardal Sisters, and Senghor
Poetically Speaking, Rhetorically Being Tupac Examining Tupac Shakur’s Rhetoric through the Lens of His R.O.S.E. Theory
Police, Policing and Community
Positioning Africana Studies for Vitality in a Changing Academy
Page, Jr., Hugh.
Prescribing Success: College Completion and Low-Income, First-Generation African-American Males
President Obama and Black Lives Matter
Presidential Campaign Rhetoric, Racial Priming and Tacit Consent to Repress Black Militancy, 1968-72.
Brown, Ronald. and Brown, R..
Proclamation of Liberation: The Radical Fundamentalism of Africana Thought Based Policies
Psychological and Sociological impacts of White Supremacy on African Americans 1980-1995
Queen Charlotte NC
Race and Power in an Urban School District: A Political Economy Analysis of Black Education in Detroit
Race, Class and Environment: Mobilizing Communities Against Racial Health Disparities and Environmental Injustice
Gilbert, Shelby., O\'Bryan, Simone. and Knibbs, Locksley.
Race, Povery, Inheritance, and Monopoly
Race, Racism, and Discrimination: Debating the National Defense Act of 1916
Racialized Casteism: Exposing the Relationship between Race, Caste, and Colorism through the Experiences of Africana People in India and Sri Lanka
Rap's Cypher: Theorizing Diaspora as a Mechanism of Agency
Re-engaging Kawaida Cultural Nationalism and Political Struggle in the 21st Century: Lessons from Maulana Karenga and Us
ReConceptualizing African American Philanthrophy and Economic Development
House Soremekun, Bessie.
Reading and Writing to Freedom: Enslaved Africans, Literacy, and the Spirt of Rebellion
Reappraising the Black Panther Party, 1966-1970: Its Contributions to the Black Studies Movement at Merritt College and San Francisco State University
Cromartie, J. Vern.
Recalibrating the Abolitionist Impulse
Reclaiming Black Mothers’ Reproductive Freedom
Recognizing African American Mothers’ Acts of Advocacy and Resistance: Viewpoints on Race, Power, and the Politics of Special Education
Reflection Eternal: Hip-Hop as an African Folk Art Birthed in America
Relevant Alternatives to Increase Success in Higher Educaiton
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Same Script, Different Cast: Afro-Chinese relations from a Black studies perspective
Schooling the Race: Carter G. Woodson and the Black Educational Heritage, 1915-1950
Self-Determination Strategies of Free Black Communities in the Antebellum Midwest”
Silent Resistance: Censorship, Oscar Micheaux, and His Growth as a Filmmaker In 1920s New York
Social Alchemist and Patriot: a Comparison of the Presidential Campaign Rhetoric of Barack Obama and Ben Carson
Soul of the Felon: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Neoslavery
Soul to Soul: Hip Hop, Globalization, and Africa
Strategic Platforms for Mentoring
Sunlight Of No Light: Black Males as Victims of Suicide
Syncretism and Africana Religions in the U.S. Legal System
System Racism and Incarceration
Tackling the Taboo in the Black Church
Technology as Cultural Capital in Early Yoruba Civilization, 1100-1500
Ten Hut: An Examination of Beyoncé’s “Formation”
The Africa Centered Perspective as a Tool for Analyzing and Reinterpreting African Politics
The Afrocentric Literary as Radical Liberator: African American Literature as Agency
The Age of Obama & The African American Experiences
Brown, Jr., Owen.
The Black Female Body and the Confederate Flag: The Visibility of Racism
The Black Queer Dilemma: A Struggle of Acceptance in Activism and Academia
The Contribution of African Women in the Development Process in Africa: The case of the late Dr. Wangari Maathai
The Corner: Black Bodies, Spatial Aesthetics, and the Go-Go Economy
The Effect of Social Media on Activism among Millennials
The Effects of Racial Discrimination on GBQ Adolescents
The Erotic as Homeplace: Africana Women Literary Writers’ Interpretations of Sexuality as a Psychological Site of Resistance and Liberation
The Fall of White Monuments and Negro Messiahs: Afrocentric Meditations on Africana Healing from White Supremacist Ancestral Invasion
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Un-Hottentoting the Queen of Punt
Uncovering Human Truths Across Genres
Understanding Challenges towards Building a Healthy Nation: An Analysis of the Healthcare System of Liberia
Undocumented Workers: Black Women’s Work and Community Activism
Madlock Gatison, Annette.
Urban Agriculture: Making an Impact in Black Communities
Us, Kawaida Philosophy and the Black Liberation Movement: A Critical Reading of the Revolutionary Record
Using Black Feminist Methodologies for Social Critique in the New Millenium
Uwenzi: The Need for Pan Africanism
Shockley, Kmt., Katembo, Baruti. and Akombo, David.
Visions from Below: the Prophetic Pariah in the Black Literary Tradition
Vixen Activism: Bridging the Gap Between Black Female Sexuality and Respectability in Hip-Hop
Voicing Pain, Voicing Resistance: The Media Making of the Third World Women’s Alliance
We're not Black, I'm Haitian and she's Puerto Rican; Teaching About Race and Ethnicity.
What Does Pink & Blue in The Black World Has To Do With White?
When Black Private Humor Goes Public: Mainstream Misappropriation of Black Hashtags
When the Big Man Speaks:Examining Africa’s Big Man Politics, Issue Framing and Electoral Violence
Where Was Louise Little: The Lost Years of Little's Commitment to Kalamazoo State Hospital, 1938-1963
Where do I fit? An Analysis on the Performance of Multiracial and Multiethnic Identities
White Supremacy, Settler Colonialism and Solidarity in the United States and Palestine
Why "The Selma of the North" Still Applies
Why Do African American Parents, Who Homeschool Their Children, Prefer Homeschooling Over Public, Private, and Charter School Education?
Why Use Fiction For Agency When The Truth Is Available
Womanist Theory and Methodologies Shaping Identity Development and Consciousness
Women of Us and the Black Power Movement: Expanding the Concept and Practice of Liberation
Women of the African Diaspora and the Triple Whammy of Oppression
Words of African Wisdom through Leuk the Hare in a French Immersion Classroom
40th Annual National Council for Black Studies Conference 2016-Mar-16 to 2016-Mar-20
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