News from the Department:
Assistant Professor E. Howard Ashford reports that his article, Freedom Courts: An Analysis of Black Women’s Divorce in Attala County During Mississippi’s Anti-Divorce Campaign, 1890–1940 published in March's USAbroad: Journal of American History and Politics, and his paper, Justice, Injustice, No Justice: African Americans and the Mississippi Criminal Justice System, 1890-1925 was accepted to the Historians of the Twentieth-Century United States International Conference for June 2021.
Associate Professor Betty Wambui, released a press release on the project she and others across SUNY campus have been working on signifying another small, important step towards greater inclusion, greater diversity, and intentional Black care. Our Students (campus-wide and departmentally) and the Department of Africana and Latinx Studies at SUNY Oneonta have contributed to this commitment that may transform SUNY in ways that we will have individual, community, generational, structural, and institutional impact.
SUNY Announces Comprehensive 25-Point Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Action Plan to Close the Racial Equity Gaps, and Eliminate Cultural and Institutional Racial Discrimination Across SUNY
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