Vol. 5 Nbr. 9, March - March 2013
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- Colonial terrorism, global capitalism and African underdevelopment: 500 years of crimes against African peoples.
- Caribbean migrants in Panama and Cuba, 1851-1927: the struggles, opposition and resistance of Jamaicans of African ancestry.
- Dominican funnies, not so funny: the representation of Haitians in Dominican newspaper comic strips, after the 2010 earthquake.
- 'Are real women just bad porn?': women in Nigerian hip-hop culture.
- Sex and sexuality in the works of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
- Effects of black sexual stereotypes on sexual decision making among African American women.
- Youth participation in local and national development in Ghana: 1620-2013.
- The radical evolution of Du Boisian Pan-Africanism.
- New electronic journals and early pan-Africanist dreams: an annotated bibliography of selected resources in pan-African studies.
- Invisible Jim crow: an interview with Michael Tillotson.
- Robert T. Rotberg's Transformative Political Leadership: Making a Difference in the World.
- Charry, Eric, ed.: Hip Hop Africa: New African Music in a Globalizing World.
- Dunbar, Denise Helen. Black Males in the Green Mountains: Colorblindness and Cultural Competence in Vermont Public Schools.
- Love, Bettina L.: Hip Hop Li'l Sistas Speak: Negotiating Hip Hop Identities and Politics in the New South.
- Price-Spratlen, Townsand and William Goldsby. Reconstructing Rage: Transformative Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration.
- Jolly, Kenneth S.: By Our Own Strength: William Sherrill, the UNIA, and the Fight for African American Self-Determination in Detroit.
- Perryman-Clark, Staci M.: Afrocentric Teacher-Research: Rethinking appropriateness and inclusion.
- Reynolds, Pamela. War in Worcester: Youth and the Apartheid State.
- Alexander, Bryant Keith. The performative sustainability of race: reflections on black culture and the politics of identity.
- Mayo, Sandra and Patricia J. Larke, eds.: Integrating Multiculturalism in the Curriculum: From the liberal Arts to the Sciences.
- Brown, M. Christopher Brown II, T. Elon Dancy II and James Earl Davis, eds.: Educating African American Males: Contexts for Consideration, Possibilities for Practice.
- Biondi, Martha. The Black Revolution on Campus.
- Sluyter, Andrew. Black Ranching Frontiers: African Cattle Herders of the Atlantic World, 1500-1900.
- 'Never Give Up:' the development of young African American men with fortitude, commitment, and responsibility.
- Remembering the quotable Steve Bantu Biko: introspection and theoretical epistemological analysis of apartheid murder.