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Check out the many resources compiled by the Africana Studies Program community.

Hear Us, See Us, Understand Us: Cultivating Community in Boston and Neighborhoods of Color Panel

Check out the recording of our Fall 2020 Community Panel with the video below. This panel was a dialogue that revolved around community work and engagement between Northeastern and surrounding communities, building a sense of neighborhoods between all participants. This event was organized by Fall 2020 Africana Studies Co-op, Savita Maharaj. Find her reflection on the event here.

Resources in Boston, Roxbury, and Neighborhoods of Color

Expand the image to see the panel resource sheet in full view! Built by Savita Maharaj in collaboration with the panelists, all the links are clickable on this fantastic document. If you have any trouble accessing the image, check it out at the link here! Please note there are two pages.

Celebrating Black History Month

Explore some of the resources gathered at the recent Black History Matters Mixer hosted by Africana Studies and the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute. The links shared in the poster were shared by attendees of the mixer and feature a variety of arts and culture made by Black creators.

Uncovering COVID-19: Policies and Practices in Global Health

This event was a panel discussion rooted in scholarly research about COVID-19 and its detrimental impact on Black, Brown, and Minority communities. Panelists included Africana Studies faculty Dr. Richard Wamai, his colleague working on COVID-19 impact on the African continent Dr. Uzma Alam, and Northeastern alumni and front-line worker Dr. Jonothan Smileye Jr.

COVID-19 Impact: Scholarly Resources

Check out the resources collected at our Uncovering COVID-19 panel hosted by the Africana Studies program. The links throughout this graphic were provided by our panelists and feature a variety of academic articles for further research on the issues of public health.