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Standing with Wesleyan AfAm

May 2014

To the students at Wesleyan University,

The Williams College Black Student Union and Africana Studies Program stand in solidarity with you as you fight for the future of Wesleyan’s African American Studies Program. 484 more words

Vol. 1, Issue 3: Spring 2014

The Emergence of African American Studies

In the United States, the field of African American Studies emerged as a branch of study previously omitted from the formal education system.    For many years, schools and universities taught a version of the arts and humanities based solely on European tradition.   655 more words

African American Studies

Prof. R. L'Heureux Lewis-McCoy Reveals "Inequality in the Promised Land"

R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy is a professor of sociology at the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. This month, his book Inequality in the Promised Land: Race, Resources, and Suburban Schooling… 1,495 more words


Race and Rights in Oregon Starts a Blog!

Students are the primary investigators and interpreters of photographs, oral histories, and other primary sources available through Portland state University. We’ll be updating here with new and exciting information happening within Race and Rights in Oregon.

Black Studies