Events

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2022 AAADS BA/MA Thesis Presentations

May 9, 2022
4:30 PM

2022 African American & African Diaspora Studies
 BA/MA Thesis Presentations

Location: In person for on campus ID holders only
Room 754 Schermerhorn Extension
Face Masks required

Virtual Zoom  Presentation for off campus persons:
Registration required: https://bit.ly/3vR2MNb

Presentations

“THE SHADES OF MASS INCARCERATION: EXPLORING THE IMPACTS OF PUBLIC POLICY AND THE INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS OF FORMERLY INCARCERATED MINORITIES”
JAYLA ALLEN - MA CANDIDATE, AFRICAN AMERICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES

“WE FEEL GOOD: A STUDY ON BLACK GENDER EXPANSIVE PLEASURE”
DARIELLE FERNANDEZ - BA CANDIDATE, AFRICAN AMERICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES

“BLACK MAMAS MATTER: BLACK MATERNAL MORTALITY, AFROPESSIMISM, AND RADICAL BIRTH WORK”
JAYANNE FORREST BA CANDIDATE, AFRICAN AMERICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES

“DESIGNS OF ABSTRACTION: J. MAX BOND, JR.'S DESIGN OF THE BIRMINGHAM CIVIL RIGHTS INSTITUTE, THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CENTER FOR NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE AND THE NATIONAL SEPTEMBER 11TH MUSEUM”
SANA HASHMI - MA CANDIDATE, AFRICAN AMERICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES

“BLACK POWER IN OUR BACKYARD: REVISITING THE GRENADIAN REVOLUTION WITH 20/22 VISION.”
HALEY LUCAS - BA CANDIDATE, AFRICAN AMERICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES

“THE WATERS CONNECTING THE RAINBOW NATIONS:  AN EXPLORATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF POST-COLONIAL POLITICS IN GUYANA AND TRINIDAD”
NISA RASHID - BA CANDIDATE, AFRICAN AMERICAN & AFRICAN DIASPORA STUDIES

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