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Tracing the Pan-African Foundations of Transnational Black Feminism

Tracing the Pan-African Foundations of Transnational Black Feminism

Following her deportation from New York to London, England, Black communist Claudia Jones expanded the scope of her leftist, anti-imperial ...
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Margaret Walker’s Business during The Antebellum Era

Margaret Walker’s Business during The Antebellum Era

Throughout the Antebellum era, the institution of slavery worked to strip Black women of their humanity and human rights and ...
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Immunity, Capitalism, and the Antebellum New Orleans

Immunity, Capitalism, and the Antebellum New Orleans

Many believed that Union soldiers stationed in New Orleans, Louisiana, would soon die. Both Union soldiers and city residents expected ...
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