african and african diaspora studies
The AADS Newsletter was incorporated into the program in the Fall of 2010 by graduate assistant, Nathaniel Tolbert. Please find current and previous newsletters below:
- Reflection on My Time as an AADS Minor
- AVH Fellows Travel to Ghana and Haiti
- AADS Minors Finalist and Recipient of Oscar A. Romero Scholarship
- 2015-2016 New Directions in African Diaspora Studies Lecture Series
- Faculty News
Spring 2013 Edition
Featuring a reflection on Trayvon Martion, Professor Frederick's Directors Desk, and Thoughts on Barack Obama!
- Chauncey McGlathery Reflects on Trayvon Martin
- Professor Frederick's "Director's Desk"
- Cynthia Young's "Doubting Thomas"
October 2012 Edition
Featuring an introduction to Voices of Imani's new Assistant Music Director, David Altenor, Comedian Baratunde Thurston, and the New Directions Lecture Series!
November 2011 Edition
Featuring an introduction to AADS' newest Program Specialist, Richard Paul and Lil Wayne's political views in regards to President Barack Obama.
May 2011 Edition
Featuring Egypt's Revolution, a book review on Terry McMillan's Getting to Happy, and an interview of AADS Administrative Assistant, Cat McAteer.
- History Repeats Itself
- Interview with Cat McAteer
- My Time with AADS, Cat McAteer
- Getting to Happy Book Review
February 2011 Edition
Read about the Blacks in Boston Conference, the history of Black History Month, and the New Directions Lecture Series!
November/December 2010 Edition
Meet new Voices of Imani Director, Chauncey McGlathery, and learn about AADS Minor, Sarah Costanza!
Fall 2010 Edition
AADS honors Professor Hubert Walters and Dr. Sandra Young, and what are your thoughts on Black Love?
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