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ARCHIVED ISSUE

 

Volume 9 • Number 9 • November 2016

 

On the cover: Roberta "Bobbi" Sykes (1943-2010), poet, author, activist for the rights of the original people of Australia, and the first Australian of African descent to graduate from a U.S. university (she earned a Ph.D. in Education from Harvard University in 1983). In 1994 her activism was recognized when she was awarded the Australian Human Rights Medal, the pinnacle of human rights recognition in Australia.

 

Gloria Naylor: In Memoriam
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Dr. Sebi: In Memoriam
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Logical and Theoretical Foundations of African Environmental Ethics
by Francis, Diana-Abasi Ibanga
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Black Britons and the Politics of Belonging: An Interview with Kennette Hammond Perry
by Reena N. Goldthree
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Kidnapping for Rituals: Article of Faith and Insecurity in Nigeria
by Samuel Oyewole
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Emotional Distress: The Resultant Effects of Street Hawking and Sexual Abuse of Female Children in Oyo State, Nigeria
by Afusat Olanike Busari
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Silence Upon the Southwest: A Historiographical Interrogation of Literature and Discourse on the Gukurahundi Massacres (1982-1987)
by Shingi Mavima
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African Philosophy for African Women’s Leadership: An Urgent Project for the African Renaissance
by Simphiwe Sesanti
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African Traditional Religion: An Examination of Terminologies Used for Describing the Indigenous Faith of African People Using an Afrocentric Paradigm
by Nana Osei Bonsu
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Perspectives on Social Inequality, Criminal Justice, and Race in the United States: A Critical Analysis
by Gerald K. Fosten
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On the Fate of the Nation: Party Politics, Resources and Tanzania’s Democratic Experience
by Francis Semwaza
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Peace and Spirituality: The Boondocks and Navigating Media Perceptions Associated with Black Masculinity
by Brian W. Collier, Jr.
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Media Ownership and Independence: Implications for Democratic Governance in the Fourth Republic of Ghana
by Mohammed S. Shardow and Bossman E. Asare
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Top African Artists Display Great Talent at London Art Exhibition
by Mathew Ogunsina
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Expressionist Herbert Gentry: An Interview
by Liza Kirwin
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Book Review

Critical Thought in Africology and Africana Studies: A Protracted Review
by Itibari M. Zulu
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Relevant Books

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Announcements

The Route of the Enslaved: The UNESCO Slave Route Project
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City of Cartagena de Indias Honors Its African Legacy
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Timbuktu: Home of Sankoré University
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The George Padmore Collection: 1933-1945
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African Alumni Project
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Nubian Message Archives Now Digital
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