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The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood: The Resilience of Black Studies in Academia

Please join the Africana Studies Program on Wednesday, August 19 at 4:00 – 5:30 pm for “The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood: The Resilience of Black Studies in Academia” discussion. This discussion panel will be rooted in Black scholarship and it’s intersections with Covid-19. We will be talking to a panel of our own faculty members (including Professor Nicole Aljoe, Professor Matthew Lee, Professor Patricia Davis, Professor Angel Nieves, Professor Richard Wamai, Dr. Richard O’Bryant, and Ph.D. Candidate Alanna Prince) about their experiences and cutting edge research. We would love for you to join us! #africanastudies #blackscholarship #northeastern #collegeofsocialsciencesandhumanities

Please register here.

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