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Volume 6 • Number 2 • 2013


On the cover:

Amos Wilson Conference Description
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African-Centered Consciousness and Black Power in the Age of Obama
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Honoring the Scholarship of Amos Wilson
by guest editors Huberta Jackson-Lowman and DeReef F. Jamison
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Amos Wilson: Toward a Liberation Psychology
by DeReef F. Jamison
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African Cultural Consciousness and African-Centered Historiography as Preconditions for Wilsonís New World Order
by Reginald Hopkins
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A Blueprint for Black Power Analysis of the Buffoonery of Black Conservatives
by T. Owens Moore
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Caveat of An Obnoxious Slave: Blueprint for Decolonizing Black Power Studies From the Intellectual Governors of White Supremacy
by Quito Swan
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The Lens of Blackness: An Anthro-Political Perspective
by Tomiko Shine
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Awakening the Natural Genius in Black Children Workshop
by Kamm Howard
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Reflections on Pedagogical Approaches to Utilizing Amos Wilsonís The Falsification of African Consciousness in Community Psychology Classes
by Danna Dennard
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Amos N. Wilson: A 21St Century Africentric Psychological Warrior (1941-95); Some Personal Reflections and Professional Observations
by Kobi Kambon
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