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ARCHIVED ISSUE

 

Volume 9 • Number 4 • July 2016

 

On the cover: Marcus Garvey (1887-1940), he and his organization, the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) historically represents the largest mass movement in African American history. Advocating a Pan Africanist and African-centered nationalist position, through his leadership, the UNIA established 700 branches in thirty-eight states in the U.S. by the early 1920s.

 

Cedric J. Robinson: In Memoriam
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Bring the Vanguard Home: Revisiting the Black Panther Party’s Sites of Class Struggle
by Kiran Amber Garcha
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Cutting Across Space and Time: Obeah’s Service to Jamaica’s Freedom Struggle in Slavery and Emancipation
by Kofi Boukman Barima
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Connecting the Ideological Lineage: From W.E.B. Du Bois to Huey P. Newton
by Anthony Sean Neal
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Pan Africanism and Civil Religious Performance: Kwame Nkrumah and the Independence of Ghana
by Eric Opoku Mensah
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Malcolm X and United States Policies Towards Africa: A Qualitative Analysis of His Black Nationalism and Peace through Power and Coercion Paradigms
by Abdul Karim Bangura
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Kinship and Friendship in Hardship: A Comparative Analysis of Aminata Sow Fall’s Le Revenant and John Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
by Mamadou Dieng
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The Burden of Memory: Oral and Material Evidence of Human Kidnapping for Enslavement and Resistance Strategies among the Bulsa and Kasena of Ghana
by Emmanuel Saboro
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The Influence of Youth Agency on Cultural Development in Africa
by Akeem Ayofe Akinwale
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Rumour and the Politician’s Public Image: The Case of Zimbabwe
by Obert Bernard Mlambo and Clive Tendai Zimunya
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Politicization of Cultural Diversity and Its Impact on Nation-Building in Cameroon: A Political Philosophical Analysis
by Lavngwa Moses Seemndze
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An Appraisal of Institutions of Global Governance: The Case of the African Human Rights System
by Bossman Asare and Peter Sekyere
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Parental Support and Psychological Control in Relation to African American College Students’ Self-Esteem
by Scott W. Plunkett, Theresa R. White, Delwin B. Carter and Maria Elena Finch Horner
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The Relevance of Emmanuel Hevi: China in Contemporary Sino-African Relations
by Emmanuel Matambo and Khondlo Mtshali
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Commentary

Allegoricalised Metaphorical Narrative in the Apostolic African Instituted Church Founding Text Genre in Zimbabwe
by Andrew Tichaenzana Manyawu
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Seen But Not Heard: Assessing Youth Perspectives of African Immigrant Parenting in the Diaspora
by Shelly Habecker
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Contested Memories: A Critical Analysis of the Black Feminist Revisionist History Project
by Valethia Watkins
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From One Colonial Situation to Another: Politics, Universalism and the Crisis of the African Intellectual
by Tracy Keith Flemming
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Multinational Corporations and the Fight Against Malaria in Africa
by Kingsly Awang Ollong
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“Start the Revolution”: Hip Hop Music and Social Justice Education
by Kamau Rashid
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Ivan Van Sertima and the Olmec World: A Photo Essay
by Runoko Rashidi
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Commentary

 

Malema Tells Whites in South Africa: Join the Struggle or Else …
by Africanglobe.net
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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: An Examination of the Incorrectness of the Ghana Senior High School History Syllabus
by Nana Osei Bonsu
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Unveiling White Supremacy in the Academy
by Ama Biney
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Pan Africanism: The Road to Africa’s Security
by Motsoko Pheko
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James Baldwin Scholars Confront France
by Todd Steven Burroughs
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Book Reviews

 

Shared Sociability and Humanity: C’est L’homme Qui Fait L’homme
A review by Ignasio Malizani Jimu
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Rhodes Must Fall: Nibbling at Resilient Colonialism in South Africa
A review by Artwell Nhemachena and Munyaradzi Mawere
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Relevant Books

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Announcements

Haiti Joins the African Union: Speech of Prime Minister Lamothe
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Exploring the Boundaries of Black Intellectual History
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African-American Arts: Activism and Aesthetic Conference at Bucknell University
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Toni Morrison Papers Open for Research
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59th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association
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