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Pandemic Deepens Food Inequality in Brooklyn

By Khadhazha Welch

Editor’s note: This essay is part of our two-week blog series, featuring eight autoethnographies from students at Brooklyn College. Read ...
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Autoethnographies of a Pandemic from Brooklyn’s Epicenter

By Jeanne Theoharis, Joseph Entin, and Dominick Braswell

Editor's note: Today we are pleased to announce the launch of a two-week blog series, featuring eight autoethnographies from students ...
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Black Queer Women and Femmes Fight for Housing Rights in Brooklyn

By Emily Batiste

Editor's note: This essay is part of our two-week blog series, featuring eight autoethnographies from students at Brooklyn College. Read ...
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Kwame Nkrumah and Decolonial Imagination

By Dan Magaziner

Historian Jeffrey Ahlman talks with Dan Magaziner about Nkrumahism's shifting forms, and ...
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