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Media Racism: The Impact of Media Injustice on Black Women’s Lives

As contemporary media continues to be a battleground for the portrayal of Black Women, Gammage explores the troubling proliferation of racially informed media depictions of the lives of Black Women, providing essential insights into the intersection of race, gender, and media representation in today’s world. Media Racism: The Impact of Media Injustice on Black Women’s Lives establishes a […]

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We Will Tell Our Own Story! The Lions of Africa Speak

These authors, all deeply dedicated to the telling of an African story, are committed to righting the wrongs of intellectual inquiry by setting upright the standards, criteria, and assumptions often avoided by Eurocentrists—of any complexion. Without the ‘lions of Africa’ speaking and writing about their narratives, the fields of literature, philosophy, social science, history, and […]

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Lynching Barack Obama: How Whites Tried to String Up the President

When President Barack Obama was elected as the first Black president of the United States of America in 2008, stereotypes and racism were considered history. However, as Molefi Kete Asante demonstrates in Lynching Barack Obama: How Whites Tried to String Up the President, racism still permeates every sector of the society, and the attacks on […]

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The Dramatic Genius of Charles Fuller

The Dramatic Genius of Charles Fuller

Charles Fuller is a pre-eminent American dramatist, yet few critics have examined Charles Fuller seriously or even speak of his philosophy, style, originality, and brilliance. Despite winning some of the highest awards in the nation, his work, like that of so many other Black writers, has fallen outside the gaze of contemporary literary and dramatic […]

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The Precarious Center or When Will the African Narrative Hold?

The Precarious Center or When Will the African Narrative Hold? dispels the Western romanization of Greek, English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese to the detriment of African ideas and ideals. This text re-centers the African world and dispels the dominating myths and memes of Greek society, which have obliterated all other approaches with the false […]

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