Topic: African and African Diaspora Studies

What’s Wrong With Inequality Studies?

April 3, 2016

As co-chairs of a task force appointed by the American Political Science Association to examine the relationship between race and class, we have spent the past year...

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Our Black Transgender Marriage Is Not Revolutionary 

March 18, 2016

On the icy morning of November 20, 2011, we — Matthew Richardson and Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley — were joined in legal matrimony at the Hennepin County Court in Minneapolis.

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Hooker: Women’s History Month should celebrate female activists more

March 17, 2016

It’s Women’s History Month and every year around this time, I receive an email that a male colleague sends to all his female co-workers and friends marking the occasion.

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Women’s History Month should celebrate activists

March 16, 2016

It’s Women’s History Month, and every year around this time I receive an email that a male colleague sends to his female co-workers and friends, always celebratory of women as great mothers, friends, partners, etc.

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The Paradox of Whiteness History Month

Feb. 24, 2016

Against the backdrop of an Oregon militia standoff that has stoked white supremacist fury, Portland Community College has announced that this spring students and faculty will participate in a new project: “Whiteness History Month.”

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