JOURNAL OF THE CENTER FOR PUERTO RICAN STUOIES, VOL.
8, 1 &2/1996
Three recent autobiographical novels by authors from the Spanish Caribbean diaspora in the United States make reference to how new Latino immigrants were often confused with Puerto
Carter G. Woodson
M. W. Payne
Dr. Anna J. Cooper
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Introduction to Africana Studies
AFPRL 101 (9034)
Chapter 2 focuses on the development of African American Studies through
Afrocentricity and how that had an effect of the African community. Mario Azevedo
states the mere existence of the African American Studies movement has had
Chapter 1 discusses the Evolution of African Studies; the methodology of historians,
anthropologists, and sociologists; and the problems with class struggle.
Mario Azevedo states Since Africa, . had mostly non-literate languages,
In this article, Dagbovie talks about the impact Carter G. Woodson had in the black
community and the black study movement. During the jim crow segregation era it was
difficult for black scholars to publish their work due to the e
Growing up in Great Barrington had a large influence in Duboiss life which
shaped his social and intellectual development. DuBoiss family was highly
respected in the Great Barrington community. Historians believe that his
In the reading W.E.D. DuBois and The First Scientific Study of Afro-American,
DuBois, like many black scholars, played the critical role in finally establishing a
scientific approach in the study of Afro-America(135).
By the late
This article was about the influence Arthur A. Schomburg had on John Henrik Clarke on
African World History. Schomburg was a teacher of African World History. One of
Clarkes first interaction with Schomburg was at the Schomburg Co
+Describe the nature of the early African European contact.
Compare and contrast the institution of slavery in Africa and in the New World.
Describe the Middle Passage
Identify and discuss reasons for the Abolition of slavery and the sla