Africa / African-American / Black Press and Zines Index
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Africa Is a Country - Features online commentary, original writing, media criticism, videos, audio, and photography.
AfroCubaWeb - Very full listing of news items and current events relevant to Afro-Cuban issues of
all kinds, with a focus on the arts, music, religion, literature, and folklore. Includes information on research trips to Cuba, visiting
Cuban scholars, workshops, conferences, and festivals. In English; includes search engine.
Music, film, skate, art, urban culture
allAfrica - African news and information for a global audience.
Anna Julia Cooper Project on Gender, Race and Politics in the South - Led by founding director and
Professor of Political Science Melissa Harris-Perry. The project investigates how gender and race intersect to shape women's politics in
the South, and includes student research opportunities, a postdoctoral program, seminars for faculty and students, and the annual Anna
Julia Cooper Lecture.
Black Collegian, The - Information on career resources for black collegians. Job search
strategies, graduate school opportunities, career and industry reports.
Black Commentator - The Black Commentator's core audience is African-Americans and
the African world and their allies in the movement for economic justice, social justice and peace. Focusing on commentary, analysis and
investigation, and elements of political dialogue essential to the creation of movements for social change.
Jeune Afrique - A weekly newsmagazine published in Paris, founded in Tunis by Bechir Ben Yahmed. It covers the political, economic and cultural spheres of Africa, with an emphasis on Francophone Africa and the Maghreb.
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