Vol. 1 Nbr. 10, November 2007
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- JPAS Subscriber profile: Solomon Gashaw, Ph.D.
- Innovative connections of Africana cultures: issues and literatures with policy studies and analysis.
- Gender ideology, global Africa, and the challenges for Pan-African studies in the 21st century.
- Kimoh, dar you are!
- Who k(new): the Nation-ist contour of racial identity in the thought of Martin R. Delany and John E. Bruce.
- Implementing afrocentricity: connecting students of African descent to their cultural heritage.
- Postcolonial theory and the African American experience.
- Chief Fela Sowande, traditional African culture and the Black Studies Movement: a student remembers.
- Why the Rwandan genocide seemed like a drive-by shooting: the crisis of race, culture, and policy in the African diaspora.
- African Americans, Pan African policy matters, and the development of the Black foreign policy constituency for Africa and the African Diaspora, 1930-1998.
- Britain's Gulag: The Brutal End of Empire in Kenya.
- We Won't Budge: An African Exile in the World.