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Laurels: September 2016

Published: September 19, 2016

Maulana Karenga, Africana Studies, presented a paper titled “Us, Kawaida Philosophy and the Black Liberation Movement: A Critical Reading of the Revolutionary Record” and participated in a roundtable on “Reparations: An Update on the Movement” and served on a panel honoring a founding scholar of the NCBS titled “We Called Her Queen Mother: The Impact and Legacy of Dr. Bertha Maxwell-Roddey” at the National Council for Black Studies Annual Conference, Charlotte, N.C., March 19, 17 and 19. He received “The Eme Visionary Award for Scholarship, Leadership and Community Engagement,” USC Black Alumni Association, University of Southern California, March 10. He also published two articles: “Contemplating Anna Julia Cooper: The Undisputed Dignity of Black Womanhood,” Aug. 4; and “Kinds and Colors of Loss and Grief: Problems of Unity Without Justice,” Part 1, July 21 and Part 2, July 28, Los Angeles Sentinel.

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