Tips for Avoiding “Voluntourism” in Haiti Statement from the Institute of Haitian Studies on Hurricane Matthew

Of the Study of Race and Culture in America

Tips for Avoiding “Voluntourism” in Haiti Statement from the Institute of Haitian Studies on Hurricane Matthew

Cécile Accilien, Ph.D. Director of the Institute of Haitian Studies - University of Kansas

 

H-Afro-Am Blog: The Slave’s Cause and Abolition’s Presence

In a recent blog post published by H-Afro-Am, Julia Bernier offers thought provoking reflections on Manisha Sinha’s recent book, The Slave’s Cause: A History of Abolition. Bernier believes that Sinha does well to highlight abolitionists’ uncompromising demands for social transformation, and that in so doing Sinha suggests links between past and present social movements.

Amiri Baraka and two consequential poems from 1965

Of the Study of Race and Culture in America

Amiri Baraka and two consequential poems from 1965

Howard Rambsy II, Black Studies Program and the Department of English - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Author of The Black Arts Enterprise and the Production of African American Poetry

 

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