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Issue Title
 
No 3 (2004): Mau Mau Music Fela, Uniting Black Struggle in Song: Red Hot Riots, From West Africa... Abstract
Kayode Omoniyi Ogunfolabi
 
No 10 (2014): A Special Issue on Michael Brown and Ferguson Ferguson, the Black Radical Tradition and the Path Forward Abstract   PDF
Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua
 
No 10 (2014): A Special Issue on Michael Brown and Ferguson Fighting For A New Society Abstract   PDF
People's Tribune
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) For Difficult Daughters, Ribs, Mother Of Water Abstract
Danielle Boodoo-Fortune
 
No 7 (2013): Dedication: Remembering Trayvon Martin (Special Issue) For Trayvon Martin Abstract   PDF
Tony Menelik Van Der Meer
 
No 5 (2007): Prisoners & Captives Four Walls Abstract
Native Alien
 
No 3 (2004): Mau Mau Music From Mother Africa to Mama Thornton: Queen Latifah, Sexual Desire Abstract
LaMonda Horton-Stallings
 
No 3 (2004): Mau Mau Music Fuck What You Heard - Censor! Abstract
Jamaual Smith
 
No 7 (2013): Dedication: Remembering Trayvon Martin (Special Issue) Fugitive Slave Mentality Abstract   PDF
Robert Gooding-Williams
 
No 13 (2016): Body Politics: Representations and the Impact of Black Women in Music Getting into Formation: Beyoncé, The Affirmation of Blackness, & Black Women’s Agency over Their Bodies Abstract
Cherise Charleswell
 
No 3 (2004): Mau Mau Music Greg Tate (Ed.), Everything but the Burden, What White People... Abstract
Comrade Free
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) Grow. Daughter, Go. Abstract
Teneile Warren
 
No 3 (2004): Mau Mau Music Guerilla Party Politics: The Black August Benefit Concert, Live! Abstract
Anthony Buissereth
 
No 6 (2007): ResistanceS Hip-Hop Elements: A Photographic Art Exhibit Abstract
Noelle Theard
 
No 10 (2014): A Special Issue on Michael Brown and Ferguson His Eye Is on The Sparrow – Erica Garner’s Tweet Abstract   PDF
Erica Garner
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) History Of The(Ir) Voice(Lessness): Jamaican Language(S) In Alecia Mckenzie's Short Stories Abstract
Giuseppe Sofo
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) Home, Baby Bird Abstract
Lelawattee Manoo-Rahming
 
No 8 (2013): Caribbean Women: Riding the Waves of Resistance (Special Issue) Horizon, The Lost Art of Ventriloquism Abstract
Cheryl Walker
 
No 11 (2015): Rachel Dolezal: White Privilege Equals Access How Rachel Dolezal Forced us to Examine Who Gets to be Black Abstract
Altheria Gaston Caldera
 
No 11 (2015): Rachel Dolezal: White Privilege Equals Access How Rachel Dolezal Just Made Things Harder for Those of Us Who Don't Look Black Abstract
Lisa Bensley
 
No 11 (2015): Rachel Dolezal: White Privilege Equals Access How Scientists Explain Rachel Dolezal Abstract
Sam P. K. Collins
 
No 5 (2007): Prisoners & Captives How to be a Jamaican Girl? Abstract
Racquel Simone
 
No 10 (2014): A Special Issue on Michael Brown and Ferguson How We Grieve: In Memoriam Abstract   PDF
Rae Paris
 
No 12 (2015): College Millennials Discourses on Rape I Am Nothing Abstract
Adina Matos
 
No 11 (2015): Rachel Dolezal: White Privilege Equals Access I Became a Black Woman in Spokane. But, Rachel Dolezal, I was a Black Girl First Abstract
Alicia Walters
 
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