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  • URBAN Gathers for Third National Meeting: “Critical Solidarities and Multi-Scalar Powers”

    Urban Research-Based Action Network (URBAN) Gathers for Third National Meeting at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York On Thursday, March 31st and Friday, April 1st, nearly one hundred scholars, activists, and artists gathered for the third national URBAN conference at the CUNY Graduate Center: Critical Solidarities and Multi-Scalar Powers. The convening began with ...

  • Education Node at AERA and Leadership Change

    The Education node included a lineup of AERA events in the program this year in Washington D.C.. Thank you to all who presented, chaired, discussed, mentored, attended, and otherwise contributed to the sessions. It was a very rich series, with a powerful Presidential session, a well-attended fireside chat, a couple of inspiring off-site events, where we learned ...

  • Call for Papers: African Heritage Studies Association, June 15th 2016

    THE AFRICAN HERITAGE STUDIES ASSOCIATION Founded 1969 In Collaboration with the Ronald Walters Leadership & Policy Center, Howard University Annual Conference “SCHOLAR-ACTIVISM IN AFRICA AND THE DIASPORA”November 3-5, 2016 Washington, D.C. CALL FOR PAPERS Submission Deadline – June 15th 2016 Social Activism in Pan African communities has historically been informed by our scholars.  Frederick Douglas set the mark in the indefatigable fight ...

  • New URBAN Hartford Node is Formed

    The URBAN network continues to expand with the formation of the Hartford node, chaired by Dr. Paige M. Bray, Director of the center of Learning and Professional Education under the Institute for Translational Research http://www.hartford.edu/enhp/community/itr/learning/. The creation of the Hartford URBAN node offers the opportunity to expand connections within academic and community-based arenas for collaborative purposes.  Establishing ...

  • CFP in The Black Scholar: “Black Liberation: From Political Thought to Political Power”

    Black Liberation: From Political Thought to Political Power A Special Issue of The Black Scholar In the past 15 years, a careful but primarily historical re-evaluation of the Black Power movement in the United States has emerged.  We have seen a proliferation of anthologies, case studies, and essays devoted to outlining its major trends and themes, with an ...

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