BlackStudies at Duke

BlackStudies at Duke

@DukeAAAS

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The Department of African and African American Studies at @DukeU

Durham, NC
Joined on January 17, 2012
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'According to the CDC, people with chronic diseases, such as obesity, hypertension and type-2 diabetes, are a staggering 12 times more likely to die from the coronavirus – and Black Americans have a higher prevalence of many of these conditions. ' https://t.co/vuv6EuDQur

Robert E. Anderson, President, State Higher Education Executive Officers Association Alex Johnson, President, Cuyahoga Community College Luis Maldonado, VP, Government Relations and Policy Analysis, American Association of State Colleges and Universities https://t.co/weC5fPL7yp

Wayne A.I. Frederick, President, Howard University Janet Napolitano, President, University of California with Adam Harris, Staff Writer, @TheAtlantic https://t.co/VYgGs5Tp8f

“Do You Think You’re Not Involved?” The Racial Reckoning of “Blood at the Root” https://t.co/cbefgb2RKi via @NewYorker

'Negroes With Guns': Biopic Set On Influential Civil Rights Leader Robert F. Williams https://t.co/dLJCplYXRC #shadowAndAct

Putting Heroes, and Traitors, Where They Belong https://t.co/g0RLttsA5G

"What Trump is doing is making a bona fide threat against First Amendment speech itself, trying to use the power of the government to punish people whose expression he finds objectionable," writes @GrahamDavidA: https://t.co/Mjf3fCCB2n

Lucius Barker, Expert on Race in American Politics, Dies at 92 https://t.co/reRdIEh4zV

Poems +Hats +Love @jessicacaremoor Thank you sourcebooksellers & @DetroitLibrary for hosting me for this reading!!! Buy books locally!!!! I shouted you out @niccigilbert 💚 #codycomet #detroit https://t.co/E5dbyGcYQj

Guthrie Ramsey’s creative journey of healing, collaboration, and persistence https://t.co/Jup04JD16O

In a 6-3 opinion the SCOTUS ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination in the workplace based on sexual orientation or gender identity. @DukeLaw's Trina Jones calls the decision “a glimmer of hope” https://t.co/i5sVPYrk1y

Anne Moody's Coming of Age in Mississippi: Seeing Anne's Struggles as Our Own https://t.co/VR1UBqWM2e 
via @BlkPerspectives @AAIHS https://t.co/tu3oyoPg1V

Anne Moody's Coming of Age in Mississippi: Seeing Anne's Struggles as Our Own https://t.co/VR1UBqWM2e via @BlkPerspectives @AAIHS https://t.co/tu3oyoPg1V

Pauli Murray Hall: UNC’s Departments of History, Political Science, and Sociology and the Curriculum on Peace, War, and Defense begin the renaming of Hamilton Hall
https://t.co/VSK7kAJdxF https://t.co/csZWJsdUg8

Pauli Murray Hall: UNC’s Departments of History, Political Science, and Sociology and the Curriculum on Peace, War, and Defense begin the renaming of Hamilton Hall https://t.co/VSK7kAJdxF https://t.co/csZWJsdUg8

'Thus, over fifty years after the tumultuous events of 1969, one still must ask: Is change really coming? Will Duke leaders sustain their focus on systemic racism at Duke in a way that their predecessors could not? Only time will tell.' https://t.co/gyLQ0hJhw0

'Researchers used the racial and ethnic makeups of ZIP Codes as a proxy for race to track financial trajectories of college students.' Report finds racial equity gaps in college attendance, debt and defaults based on ZIP Codes https://t.co/HkavLESfP2

Loop/Lapse/Loss: Untimely Dispatches from a Sea of Fragments | John Murillo III https://t.co/wvvkr9MeYO via @BlkPerspectives @AAIHS

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