Vol. 12 Nbr. 6, November 2018
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- Africology at 30: Success in Our Lifetime.
- In Memoriam: "Ples" Sterling Stuckey.
- Ori and Neuroscience: A Contextualization of the Yoruba Idea of Causality in the Age of Modern Science.
- Cultural Adaption Interventions: Appraising a Mainstay of not a Challenge to the Whitenizing Homogenization of Mental Health Establishmentarianism: From the Pigeonhole to the Reconstructionist Horizon.
- The Great Displacements of 2017: Acts of Genocide in Ethiopia.
- A Sociolinguistic Study of Social-Political Activism and Non-Violent Resistance in Stand-Up Comedy Performances in Nigeria.
- African Women and Social Transformation: Exploring Wangari Maathai's Activism.
- Reconsidering the Owe Woven Cloth of Nigeria from a Gendered Perspective.
- Challenges and Prospects for the Transformation of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa by 2025.
- A Personal Perspective on Afro-Cuban Rhythmic Integration in Contemporary Jazz Composition.
- An Investigation of the Life, Influences, and Music of Randy Weston.
- Politically Motivated Campaign Songs and Voting Behaviour: Reflections on Tiv Campaign Songs in the 2015 Elections in Benue State, Nigeria.
- The Inclusive Education Policy in Sport: Four Secondary Schools in Masvingo, District in the Republic of Zimbabwe.
- Old and New Diasporic African People in Contemporary USA: Tracing the Relational Journey.
- Year of Return, Ghana 2019: 400-Year Anniversary.
- National Center on African American Marriages and Parenting.
- When African-American Students Took Control: Remembering Ford & Sydeman Halls at Brandeis University in 1969.
- Charles Henry Rowell, founder and editor of Callaloo literary magazine and professor of English at Texas A& M wins the Madam C.J. Walker Award.
- National Association of Black Storytellers, Inc.