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ARCHIVED ISSUE

 

Volume 9 • Number 1 • March 2016

 

On the cover: Untitled ‘sans titre’ acrylic, 50 cm x 60 cm by Si Abderrahman from an exhibit at Le Palais de la Culture d'Alger (Algiers, Algeria) held October 2015-January 2016

In Memory: Larry Obadele Williams
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Modality in Kenya’s 2008 Post-Consultation Discourse
by Margaret Nasambu Barasa, Jacinta M. Ndambuki and Vicky Khasandi Telewa
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No Common Ground Left: Freedomways, Black Communists vs. Black Nationalism/Pan-Africanism
by Olive Vassell and Todd Steven Burroughs
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African Renaissance and Pan-Africanism, Shared Value and Identity among African Nationals
by Oyewole Simon Oginni and Joash Ntenga Moitui
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Constituting Folklore: A Dialogue on the 2010 Constitution in Kenya
by Ronald Elly Wanda
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The Black Ivy Influencer: How an “Outsider” Black Newsletter Became an Inside Force at the Columbia University Journalism School
by Wayne J. Dawkins and Todd Steven Burroughs
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Exploring African Student Video Game Play: A Connected Learning Theory Perspective
by Rebecca Yvonne Bayeck
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Sankofa Healing and Restoration: A Case Study of African American Excellence and Achievement in an Urban School
by Marcia J. Watson and Greg Wiggan
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Local Peace Committees in Africa: The Unseen Role in Conflict Resolution and Peace Building
by Abdul Karim Issifu
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Lost Opportunity for Economic Empowerment: The Destruction of Cooperatives in Tanzania
by Samuel M. Jonathan and Neema P. Kumburu
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Appraisal of Resources in Post-Election Defeat-Concession Speeches of Some Gubernatorial Candidates in Southwestern Nigeria, 2014-2015
by Mohammed Ademilokun
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Locating Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Discourse on Corruption in Zimbabwe
by Vincent Jenjekwa
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The Role of the Manhyia Palace in Traditional Land Resource Conflict Management in Kumasi, Ghana
by Francis Diawuo and Abdul Karim Issifu
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An Appraisal of Institutions of Global Governance: The Case of the African Human Rights System
by Bossman E. Asare and Peter Sekyere
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Afrikan Contribution to International Relations Theory: An Afrocentric Philosophical Enquiry
by Tshepo Mvulane Moloi
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Book Reviews

C’est I’homme qui Fait I’homme: Cul-de-sac Ubuntu-ism in Cote D’Ivoire
reviewed by Artwell Nhemachena and Munyaradzi Mawere
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The Demise of the Inhuman: Afrocentricity, Modernism, and Postmodernism
reviewed by Aaron Smith
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Fela: Kalakuta Notes
reviewed by Jonathan T. Reynolds
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African Americans and Homeschooling: Motivations, Opportunities, and Challenges
reviewed by Joyce E. King
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Relevant Books

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Announcements

CFP: The Legacy of Frances Cress Welsing, M.D.: Queen Mother of Black Consciousness
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National Council on Educating Black Children Convention
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MTV Africa Music Awards 2015
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Duke University Acquires Robert A. Hill Collection/Marcus Garvey Papers Project Records
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UN Experts Urge the U.S. to Address Legacies of the Past, Police Impunity and ‘Crisis of Racial Injustice’
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KNIC4: Reinvigorating the Pan-African Intelligentsia: Developing Organizations and Institutions Committed to Serving African People
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The National Museum of African Art
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UN General Assembly Adopts Resolution Welcoming ‘Ark of Return’ as Permanent Memorial to Victims of Slavery, Transatlantic Slave Trade
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Afrocentricity International Salutes Haiti!
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Religion and Change Agenda in Nigeria
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