Black Studies at UMass Dartmouth

Black Studies at UMass Dartmouth Black Studies (BLS) @ UMass Dartmouth is an academic minor and interdisciplinary exploration of the arts, humanities and sciences from an Afrocentric perspective.

The Black Studies (BLS) program provides an academic minor that engages students in an interdisciplinary exploration of the arts, humanities and social sciences from an Afrocentric perspective. The minor provides an opportunity for the broad study of the various social, political, economic and aesthetic traditions and elements of the communities that comprise Africa and the African Diaspora. A mi

The Black Studies (BLS) program provides an academic minor that engages students in an interdisciplinary exploration of the arts, humanities and social sciences from an Afrocentric perspective. The minor provides an opportunity for the broad study of the various social, political, economic and aesthetic traditions and elements of the communities that comprise Africa and the African Diaspora. A mi

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11/21/2018
New Plays by UMass Dartmouth Students To Be Presented At The Reading Stage

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New Plays by UMass Dartmouth Students To Be Presented At The Reading Stage. The 8th Reading Stage @ UMass Dartmouth presents public readings of ten-minute plays by UMass Dartmouth Students, as a part of a service learning activity in arts and civic engagement. - PR12741012

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02/25/2016
Mildred Blount: First African American to Make Hats for Celebrities

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Mildred Blount was widely recognized as a leading milliner in the 1930s and the 1940s. Blount was most noted for her hat creations for celebrities and people in high society. Her interest in millinery grew while working at Madame Clair’s Dress and Hat Shop in New York City as an errand girl. Her lov

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I'm very much looking forward to checking this album out. Not wasted on me that the Banjo -considered the first American instrument- is based on a West African Kobe #Griot #Music #StorySong #BronxBoheme #SoulMusic
For information on Hubert Harrison (1883-1927), “The Father of Harlem Radicalism” and the founder of the militant “New Negro Movement” ’s see Jeffrey B. Perry, “Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918” (Columbia University Press). For comments on that work by scholars and activists see http://www.jeffreybperry.net/disc.htm See also “A Hubert Harrison Reader,” ed. by Jeffrey B. Perry at http://www.jeffreybperry.net/_center__font_size__3__font_color__green___b_2___i_a_hubert_harrison_reader__i___86148.htm and see the new expanded edition of Hubert H. Harrison, “When Africa Awakes: The ‘Inside Story’ of the Stirrings and Strivings of the New Negro in the Western World” introduction and notes by Jeffrey B. Perry at http://www.jeffreybperry.net/_center__font_size__3__font_color__green___b__8___i_when_africa_awakes__br__the__128069.htm For articles, audios, and videos on Hubert Harrison see http://www.jeffreybperry.net/_center__font_size__3__font_color__green___b_3__hubert_harrison_br___center___fo_86150.htm