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Issue Title
 
No 7 (2013): Dedication: Remembering Trayvon Martin (Special Issue) Walking while Black: Trayvon Martin's Fatal Shortcut Abstract   PDF
Jay D. Jurie
 
No 4 (2006): Consciousness Warning Abstract
Lissette Norman
 
No 10 (2014): A Special Issue on Michael Brown and Ferguson We are Living an American Horror Story Abstract   PDF
Ferguson Protestors and Allies
 
No 14 (2016): Millennials Explore the Interstices of Race, Relationships, and Sexuality We Can Make This Work: A One-Act Play Abstract
Cristina Quinn
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) We Forgive You, Let Her Rot, Threadbare Coat Abstract
Nganga wa Muchiri
 
No 13 (2016): Body Politics: Representations and the Impact of Black Women in Music Wearable Art: Adornment as a Form of Womanist Resistance and Self-Identification in the African Diaspora Abstract
Cherise Charleswell
 
Vol 1, No 2 (2003): The Damned Issue "What We Want, What We Believe": Black Consciousness Now! Abstract
Ajua Kouadio
 
No 7 (2013): Dedication: Remembering Trayvon Martin (Special Issue) What Would Real Justice for Trayvon Martin Look Like? Abstract   PDF
Kay Whitlock
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) When I Was A Little Girl Abstract
Julia Petitfrere
 
No 7 (2013): Dedication: Remembering Trayvon Martin (Special Issue) Whip, Crack, Taze, Pop Abstract   PDF
Ciara Swan
 
No 6 (2007): ResistanceS Why Africans Should Take Offense at Nicolas Sarkozy's Speech Abstract
Boubacar Boris Diop, El Hadji Moustapha Diop
 
No 11 (2015): Rachel Dolezal: White Privilege Equals Access Why Rachel Dolezal’s Fake ‘Transracial’ Identity Is Nothing Like Being Transgender – Take It From a Black Trans Woman Who Knows Abstract
Judith Page, Jennifer None, Sarah Beuhler, Erin Graham
 
No 11 (2015): Rachel Dolezal: White Privilege Equals Access Why the Rachel Dolezal Issue is So Important for Bi- and Multiracial Individuals Abstract
Deanna Keenan
 
No 7 (2013): Dedication: Remembering Trayvon Martin (Special Issue) Will you at Least Allow My Son to have his day in Court? Abstract   PDF
Nefertitti Jackmon
 
No 14 (2016): Millennials Explore the Interstices of Race, Relationships, and Sexuality Woman to Woman: Caring About Ourselves Abstract
Rahilou Diallo
 
No 3 (2004): Mau Mau Music WRBG: Revolutionary But Gangsta on the Radio with dead prez Abstract
Licorgo Pulido
 
No 4 (2006): Consciousness "Your Son, Too" [for Lee Boyd Malvo] Abstract
Jean Lowrie-Chin
 
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