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CURRENT ISSUE

 

Volume 9 • Number 7 • September 2016

 

On the cover: On the Cover: Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo, an accomplished musician, author, artist and businessman living in Shenzhen, China. He earned a B.S. in Physics from Brown University, an M.S. in Physics from Stanford University, an M.B.A. from Emory University, a half-brother of U.S. President Barack H. Obama, and founder of the Mark Obama Ndesandjo Foundation whose goal is to promote cultural exchange through art between Asia, Africa and America, with a focus on young and disadvantaged children.

 

Michael Robert Williams: In Memoriam
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O.D. Mobley: In Memoriam
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George E. Curry: In Memoriam
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An Obama Journey: An Interview with Mark Obama Ndesandjo
by Kam Williams
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The Notion of the “Field” and the Practices of Researching and Writing Africa: Towards Decolonial Praxis
by Artwell Nhemachena, Nelson Mlambo and Maria Kaundjua
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The Cultural Agenda of the OAU/AU Since 1963
by Kebede Kassa Tsegaye
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Towards A Pan-African Vision: The Current State of Affairs in Somalia
by Ahmed Ali Ilmi
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“Neo-Functionalism”: Relevancy for East African Community Political Integration?
by Hamad Bakar Hamad
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South Africa’s Disappointment with the International Criminal Court: The Unfair Treatment of African People Caused an End to Cooperation
by Jeron Maklanron
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Identity Conflict in African Americans during Late Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Double Consciousness, Multicultural, and Africentric Perspectives
by Arthur L. Whaley
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Social Positionality and Xenophobia: The Case of Rugby Player Tendai Mtawarira in South Africa
by Manase Kudzai Chiweshe
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The Black Saint Maurice: African Saint in Early Europe (Photo Essay)
by Runoko Rashidi
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Commentary

 

On Intellectual Reparations: Hegel, Franklin Tavarès, Susan Buck-Morss, Revolutionary Haiti, and Caribbean Philosophical Association
by Celucien L. Joseph
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African Descendant Youth in Latin America: University to Work Opportunities
by Judith Morrison
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Chokwe Lumumba: A Legal Biography
by National Conference of Black Lawyers
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Relevant Books

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Announcements

 

The Alfred and Bernice Ligon Aquarian Collection at CSU Dominguez Hills
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Twyfelfontein, Namibia: UNESCO World Heritage Site
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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Online Exhibitions
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CFP: National Council for Black Studies
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The African Art Gallery at Norfolk State University
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South Carolina State College Historic District (Orangeburg Movement, Orangeburg Massacre)
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The African American Arts & Culture Complex
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Who’s Who in Africology

 

The African Music Institute: Pan African Music School in Libreville, Gabon
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Department of Africology and African American Studies: Eastern Michigan University
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Department of Africology and African American Studies: Temple University
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From Black Studies to Africology: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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