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People of Color in Predominantly White Institutions

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Full-Text Articles in African American Studies

Exploring Race, Racism, Racialism, And Empowerment: The Importance Of Researching And Documenting The Historical Experiences Of People Of Color At Pwis, Richard M. Breaux Nov 2003

Exploring Race, Racism, Racialism, And Empowerment: The Importance Of Researching And Documenting The Historical Experiences Of People Of Color At Pwis, Richard M. Breaux

Black Studies Faculty Proceedings & Presentations

The presenter discusses his experience with researching African and African American students' experiences in the archival collections of over 20 public and private PWls. Offers suggestions for research on campuses with little or no such documentation, and discusses the importance of oral history projects and research initiatives to build collections.


Leaders Of The New School: A Comparative Analysis Of Selected African American Rap Artists, Andrew P. Smallwood Apr 1998

Leaders Of The New School: A Comparative Analysis Of Selected African American Rap Artists, Andrew P. Smallwood

Black Studies Faculty Proceedings & Presentations

“This is a presentation examining the cultural influence of rap groups Gang Starr, The Roots, and Rakim to examine their message directed at African American youth culture . . . It is through examining the messages in Rap music that we can educate Black youth about Black culture and Black life at the dawn of the 21st century.”