AAIHS

AAIHS

@AAIHS

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AAIHS was founded to foster dialogue about #Black thought & culture. We publish the blog @BlkPerspectives (President: @KeishaBlain): https://t.co/7pirP7PdjW

Joined on May 04, 2014
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"The persistent myth of a post-Revolutionary North embracing African Americans and protecting their rights has been deliberate." -- Christy Clark-Pujara and Anna-Lisa Cox #history https://t.co/rKqFkGquzm

The American Historian: History for Black Lives special issue is now available and featuring work from @KeishaBlain, @drashleyfarmer, and more! https://t.co/478EVuwKsv

Excellent piece by @VereneAShep on #reparations:

"While Eric Williams may not have written '#Capitalism and #Slavery' to directly support the reparations cause as it is articulated today, he provided data to support it." @BlkPerspectives @AAIHS #history 

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Excellent piece by @VereneAShep on #reparations: "While Eric Williams may not have written '#Capitalism and #Slavery' to directly support the reparations cause as it is articulated today, he provided data to support it." @BlkPerspectives @AAIHS #history https://t.co/gKmS1U0Sk6 https://t.co/XPGdGSW4R5

Quoted @Prof_Suddler

As promised, the link to the articles is attached. The digital download and print copy will be sent to OAH members. If you’re not an OAH member, and would like a copy of the print issue, the link includes the directions for how to purchase a copy! https://t.co/YVYmBM2TDj https://t.co/2ODCnDx1h7

Online and free to read, my article: "Tracking Activists: The FBI’s Surveillance of Black Women Activists Then and Now" https://t.co/4Oz7kx9qHa https://t.co/eF4RZxoSMr

My latest piece for @TheAmHistorian! @The_OAH (Thanks, @Prof_Suddler!) 
 
"The long #history of solidarity practices between Black and Asian #activists in the United States exemplifies one crucial aspect of #internationalism and anti-racist organizing."

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My latest piece for @TheAmHistorian! @The_OAH (Thanks, @Prof_Suddler!) "The long #history of solidarity practices between Black and Asian #activists in the United States exemplifies one crucial aspect of #internationalism and anti-racist organizing." https://t.co/PlznEm1sw9 https://t.co/oXjRi8OpO5

Great read: "The process of dismantling the racial mentalities produced through the experience of #slavery and colonialism is the unfinished business of abolitionism." -- @KatieDonington in @BlkPerspectives' forum on Eric Williams' #CapitalismandSlavery

https://t.co/xd5yPxTEBs https://t.co/224BK3lDjD

Great read: "The process of dismantling the racial mentalities produced through the experience of #slavery and colonialism is the unfinished business of abolitionism." -- @KatieDonington in @BlkPerspectives' forum on Eric Williams' #CapitalismandSlavery https://t.co/xd5yPxTEBs https://t.co/224BK3lDjD

In today’s post on @BlkPerspectives, we begin our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’ groundbreaking book, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Katie Donington (@KatieDonington) —  https://t.co/2cElpb41dz @AAIHS https://t.co/YIohFKnvl5
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In today’s post on @BlkPerspectives, we begin our online forum organized by @DrSashaTurner on Eric Williams’ groundbreaking book, Capitalism and Slavery (@uncpressblog), with an essay from Katie Donington (@KatieDonington) — https://t.co/2cElpb41dz @AAIHS https://t.co/YIohFKnvl5

Quoted @DuBoisUMass

40 years ago today, on September 19, 1980, the W. E. B. Du Bois Papers were opened to the public at @UMassAmherst. We have produced a video to celebrate this anniversary and the incredible resource that is the Du Bois collection. WATCH: https://t.co/PnSPMaecMo

👇🏾This is a *remarkable* video on the W.E.B. Du Bois Papers at UMass Amherst. Great images, clips + brilliant insights from the Du Bois Center's director (& @AAIHS board member) @WBattleBaptiste and others, inc. David Levering Lewis & my @AAIHS comrade Phillip Luke Sinitiere!🙌🏾 https://t.co/qVIHDVOqTy

We can no longer ignore the fact that we can’t sit down and wait for things to change because as long as they can keep their feet on our neck, they will always do it. But it’s time for us to stand up...”-- Fannie Lou Hamer, Sept. 1964. Read more on Hamer: https://t.co/nxpbUTtWPH https://t.co/4kObWlNLFu

We can no longer ignore the fact that we can’t sit down and wait for things to change because as long as they can keep their feet on our neck, they will always do it. But it’s time for us to stand up...”-- Fannie Lou Hamer, Sept. 1964. Read more on Hamer: https://t.co/nxpbUTtWPH https://t.co/4kObWlNLFu

AAIHS
4 days ago
#Job Opening: Tenure Track/Assistant Professor position   in the Department of History at Gustavus Adolphus College (@gustavus)--bit.ly/2F4ffXh
@BlkPerspectives https://t.co/yoRekc7YEA

#Job Opening: Tenure Track/Assistant Professor position in the Department of History at Gustavus Adolphus College (@gustavus)--bit.ly/2F4ffXh @BlkPerspectives https://t.co/yoRekc7YEA

AAIHS
4 days ago
#Job Opening: Tenured Professor of Black Feminist Studies position in the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University (@wakeforest)--https://t.co/tONLYf9E66 @BlkPerspectives https://t.co/3hzSq0Trt2

#Job Opening: Tenured Professor of Black Feminist Studies position in the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University (@wakeforest)--https://t.co/tONLYf9E66 @BlkPerspectives https://t.co/3hzSq0Trt2

AAIHS
4 days ago
The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) is pleased to announce the we are now accepting nominations for the 2021 Pauli Murray Book Prize for the best book in Black intellectual history. 
https://t.co/AfAcm7y2a5 https://t.co/8vkw8RQXHg

The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) is pleased to announce the we are now accepting nominations for the 2021 Pauli Murray Book Prize for the best book in Black intellectual history. https://t.co/AfAcm7y2a5 https://t.co/8vkw8RQXHg

So excited to be joining Harvard Carr Center Fellow, Keisha Blain, today, September 18 from 1pm-2pm EST 💜 💜 Watch the Live Stream here: https://t.co/7Bl0i9KFfx Or you can register for the webinar here: https://t.co/AzfdyesOCq

AAIHS
5 days ago
#Job Opening: Tenure Track/Assistant Professor position   in the Department of History at Gustavus Adolphus College (@gustavus)--bit.ly/2F4ffXh
@BlkPerspectives https://t.co/MaqvVIFMUr

#Job Opening: Tenure Track/Assistant Professor position in the Department of History at Gustavus Adolphus College (@gustavus)--bit.ly/2F4ffXh @BlkPerspectives https://t.co/MaqvVIFMUr

AAIHS
5 days ago
#Job Opening: Tenured Professor of Black Feminist Studies position in the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University (@wakeforest)--https://t.co/tONLYf9E66 @BlkPerspectives https://t.co/Q4Xqx0sS3j

#Job Opening: Tenured Professor of Black Feminist Studies position in the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University (@wakeforest)--https://t.co/tONLYf9E66 @BlkPerspectives https://t.co/Q4Xqx0sS3j

Today on @BlkPerspectives, Andrew Grim (@andyleegrim) offers, “Police Power and the Election of Newark’s First Black Mayor”—https://t.co/xSAz9c6Vmo https://t.co/Lr2szETWWg

Today on @BlkPerspectives, Andrew Grim (@andyleegrim) offers, “Police Power and the Election of Newark’s First Black Mayor”—https://t.co/xSAz9c6Vmo https://t.co/Lr2szETWWg

AAIHS
5 days ago
The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) is pleased to announce the we are now accepting nominations for the 2021 Pauli Murray Book Prize for the best book in Black intellectual history. 
https://t.co/AfAcm7y2a5 https://t.co/QUsKJK8TFK

The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) is pleased to announce the we are now accepting nominations for the 2021 Pauli Murray Book Prize for the best book in Black intellectual history. https://t.co/AfAcm7y2a5 https://t.co/QUsKJK8TFK

Quoted @CarrCenter

Don't miss the 1st #SocialJusticeLeaders webinar! The series led by Carr fellow @KeishaBlain will highlight the work of leaders of color who are actively challenging racism & advancing human rights. Tune in tomorrow for her discussion with @LauraMaeLindo: https://t.co/K2YvX9nVkX https://t.co/PJexLs6b0G

Don't miss the 1st #SocialJusticeLeaders webinar! The series led by Carr fellow @KeishaBlain will highlight the work of leaders of color who are actively challenging racism & advancing human rights. Tune in tomorrow for her discussion with @LauraMaeLindo: https://t.co/K2YvX9nVkX https://t.co/PJexLs6b0G

Looking forward to this important discussion with @CarrCenter Fellow @KeishaBlain September 18 (that’s tomorrow!) from 1pm-2pm EST. Don’t 4get to register! 💜✊🏾✊🏿✊🏼💜 https://t.co/u115T7mvti

In his final days, Congressman John Lewis wrote a letter aimed at carrying forward the fight against injustice—now, that call is being taken up in Minneapolis schools. Read more by @YohuruWilliams here. #GoodTrouble #JohnLewis #BlackLives Matter #BLM #Protest #Schools

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