Mapping Black Identity & Resistance

Today’s Research Cafe at Morehouse College was invigorating and rewarding for several reasons. Most notably, the exchange between faculty members–some conveying healthy skepticism on the impact of genetic mapping, while others inquisitive about the role of digital mapping technologies in the student learning process inquired about the salience of these strategies in their own classes. Continue reading “Mapping Black Identity & Resistance”

Reminder: Kwanzaa Principles and Food

Originally posted on Afroculinaria:
Heri Zaa Kwanzaa! Kwanzaa was founded in 1966 by Dr. Maulana Karenga.  Kwanzaa derives from a Swahili expression for “first fruits” of the harvest and was created so African Americans could have a holiday all their own to celebrate each other and their collective culture and historical experience.  (If you don’t…