Nationally recognized artist Ajuan Mance will present images from her online sketchbook and discuss common media portrayals of black men during a lecture at Dickinson.
Komozi Woodard ’71, a founding member of the Congress for African Students at Dickinson College, returns to campus to discuss the study of racial segregation.
Meet Janaiya Banks ’19, an Africana studies and law & policy double major who’s preparing to make a difference, working in public policy and in the courts.
Inspired by her study abroad experience in Morocco and Cameroon, Siobhán O’Grady ’13 found her niche as a freelance journalist in sub-Saharan Africa.
Africana studies major Karem Mathiang '18 discusses social justice, animation, mango smoothies and why his college career fulfills both a personal and family dream.
Dickinson's Black History Month symposium views respectability politics from personal and multigenerational standpoints.
Brittany Barker ’15’s one-woman show in New York City celebrates identity and community.
“I've looked at this process like a puzzle—I am slowly gathering more and more pieces,” says Taylor Hunkins ’17, student-curator of a new Trout Gallery exhibition on performance in African art.
Students partner with local nonprofits to see how social justice plays out in the lives and imaginations of African Americans in Carlisle.
During her visit to Dickinson, Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza discusses hashtags, racism and next steps in the social justice movement.
Residency offers students insight to music's role in anti-apartheid movement.
Renowned author and sociologist Patricia Hill Collins will discuss intersectionality, black youth and political activism when she presents the Morgan Lecture Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. in ATS.
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