Students and professors come together to discuss the issues surrounding the Ebola virus with Dr. Cooper and Dr. Armstrong Dunbar.
Dr. Serrano assisting his students after teaching Introduction to Black American Studies (BAMS 110).
Celebration of Dr. Yasser Payne receiving the “William A. Vrooman Award” on Thursday April 20th, 2015 at the Hagley Soda House in Wilmington, Delaware
Melissa Harris Perry and Dr. Wunyabari Maloba at the Black History Month Extravaganza.
Sponsored by the Center for Black Culture
Dr. William Jelani Cobb is the Associate Professor of History and the Director of the Africana Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut. He specializes in post-Civil War African American history, 20th century American politics and history of the Cold War. Dr. Cobb led a discussion, hosted by BAMS, concerning the Struggles for Black Freedom in the 21st Century on February 26th.
Dr. Maloba teaching History of Africa (BAMS/HIST 134).
Students working diligently in African American History to the Civil War (BAMS 304/HIST 326), taught by Dr. Armstrong Dunbar.
Dr. Payne passionately teaching Understanding Black Men in the Streets & in Prison (BAMS 381).
Professor Richardson enlightening his students on the ideals of Black Thought & Philosophy (BAMS/PHIL 307).
Dr. Gill providing her students with details of the American Civil Rights Movement (BAMS/HIST 220).
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