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Issue 46.1: Revolutionary Spatialities & Transcultural Solidarities at the 1969 Pan-African Cultural Festival in Algeria

Issue 46.1: Nous, Noirs Américains Évadés Du Ghetto

NOUS, NOIRS AMÉRICAINS ÉVADÉS DU GHETTO The Fleury Four Hijacking Hope Selma Bekkai & Saliha Benkechida In the presentation we prepared for the “The Black Arts Movement inthe United States and Algeria” conference at Abdelhamid Ben BadisUniversity of Mostaganem,...
Issue 46.1: Revolutionary Spatialities & Transcultural Solidarities at the 1969 Pan-African Cultural Festival in Algeria

Issue 46.1: Introduction to 1969 Rewind

INTRODUCTION TO 1969 REWIND Reconsidering the Black Arts Movement, the Pan-African Cultural Festival & the Black Panther Party International Section  Michael A. Antonucci Dean Houari Bellatreche spoke with profound sincerity while delivering his welcoming address...
Issue 46.1: Revolutionary Spatialities & Transcultural Solidarities at the 1969 Pan-African Cultural Festival in Algeria

Issue 44.2: Radio Ghana

RADIO GHANA Brief History of Ghanaian Radio& the Culture of Literary Broadcasts Victoria Ellen Smith   Radio is popular in the West African nation of Ghana and an evident part of everyday life throughout the country. According to the National Communications...
Issue 46.1: Revolutionary Spatialities & Transcultural Solidarities at the 1969 Pan-African Cultural Festival in Algeria

Issue 44.2: Children & Literary Broadcasts on Radio Ghana

CHILDREN & LITERARY BROADCASTSON RADIO GHANA Listening to Story Time & Taataa Tee Sarah Akrofi-Quarcoo   IntroductionAround mid-1937, barely two years after radio had been introduced tocolonial Ghana, eight-year-old Kate Bannerman and her two older...