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Black Communities Conference #BlackCom2021

If you missed the Black Communities Conference 2021, you’ll soon be able to watch the recorded talks –  “Beyond the Lawn Signs and Statements,” “Ending Profiling, Police, Prisons & Parole as We Know It,” “Deep Rivers: The Arts & Music … Continued


A photograph portrait of Marvel Cooke. The Marvelous Life of Marvel Cooke

  The play Edges of Time (directed by Jules Odendahl-James, starring Kathryn Hunter-Williams) premieres this month. Not only was Cooke the first woman and first Black person to work for the New York City leftist newspaper The Daily Compass, but … Continued


“To Live and Thrive on New Earths”

Danielle Purifoy writes about the Earthseed Land Collective and Black freedom for Southern Cultures. Read her essay.


I Vote sticker Who Voted? Lowery Tells N&O Why Some Blue Areas Turned Red in NC

The State Board of Elections recently released data, by precinct, for the 2020 elections. News and Observer reporter Tyler Dukes asked political experts what are the trends, and asked historian Dr. Malinda Maynor Lowery what’s behind changes the numbers show … Continued


Saving the House We Built Panel Saving the House We Built

The Center for the Study of the American South celebrates Black History by supporting and encouraging critical conversations about race and our nation’s history. If you missed this critical conversation, “Saving the House We Built: Critical Conversations on Contemporary Politics,” … Continued


I Am A Man Exhibit image I AM A MAN Exhibit – Watch the Conversation with Dr. William Ferris

The special exhibition I AM A MAN: Civil Rights Photographs in the American South, 1960–1970 opened Saturday, January 30, at the Two Mississippi Museums. Originally curated by William R. Ferris—Joel R. Williamson Eminent Professor of History Emeritus at the University … Continued


Cultural Postmortem promo material for talk featuring Dr. Malinda Maynor Lowery Cultural Postmortem – See the Videotaped Discussion

Cultural Postmortem Virtual Discussion         UNC Historian Dr. Malinda Maynor Lowery joined Scholar-Artists in Conversation The 2020 US presidential race was one of the most politically and ideologically divisive and contentious races that we’ve ever seen. As … Continued


I4 Boundary Spanners program addresses local COVID-19 response

COVID-response collaborative blends data science, community wisdom Photo by Sarah Daniels UNC-Chapel Hill faculty and graduate students create the I4 Boundary Spanners program to address local COVID-19 concerns by combining data analysis with firsthand community perspectives. Written by Shellie Edge. Read … Continued


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