Vol. 9 Nbr. 8, October 2016
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- Introduction to the special edition: pedagogies that work for students of African descent.
- Linking the emancipatory pedagogy of Africana/Black studies with academic identity outcomes among Black students attending PWIs.
- Utilizing an African American studies course to garner critical consciousness among students: considerations for improving campus climate.
- Do culturally empowering courses matter? An exploratory examination of cultural identity and academic motivation among Black collegians.
- Racial identity development of African American students in relation to black studies courses.
- Kufundisha: an innovative teaching approach for student engagement and experiential learning.
- 'Round pegs into square holes:' teaching Black studies in an African centered way at predominantly white institutions.
- Black college-radio on predominantly white campuses: a 'hip-hop era' student-authored inclusion initiative.
- The value and necessity of mentoring African American College students at PWI's.
- Walking 'The Way of the New World:' an interview with Nathaniel Norment, Jr., Ph.D.