This blog is aimed at giving visibility to African and Black writers rarely covered by the mainstream African media. The blog and related podcast cover literary news from across the… Continue Reading »
The Dardishi team has put together a reading list of articles and essays on the topic of Arab-Black solidarity.
A reading list about women, gender, and black internationalism that focuses on global visions; transnational activities; trans racial political alliances of people of African descent in the US and other… Continue Reading »
To Turn the Whole World Over is a collection of essays that examine the intersection of internationalism and women’s rights/feminism.
This is an article post with a reading list of works about black internationalism. Most works were written in the early 20th century.
This site from Racial Equity Tools provides helpful resources to help understand and communicate to others the ideas of whiteness and privilege. The context is that of the United States,… Continue Reading »
This article from Forbes details resources to help become more educated on the topic of race in the United States.
This co-authored collection offers insights about the impact of leading off-campus study on faculty leaders teaching, research, service, and overall well-being, and discusses how liberal arts colleges can best achieve… Continue Reading »
This book lays out the required building blocks to scale the impact of social innovation in Africa.
Afua Hirsch discusses her own personal history as well as her book on British idenity and ‘colour-blindness’ and the identity crisis in which European societies now find themselves.
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