1. Short Reviews
  2. pp. i-vii
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  1. From the Editors: Global Black Consciousness
  2. Margo Natalie Crawford, Salah M. Hassan
  3. pp. 4-7
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  1. Négritude as Existence
  2. Souleymane Bachir Diagne
  3. pp. 10-19
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  1. Édouard Glissant's Worldmentality
  2. Manthia Diawara
  3. pp. 20-27
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  1. How to Liberate Marx From His Eurocentrism? Marxist Praxis in African/Black Contexts
  2. Salah M. Hassan
  3. pp. 28-43
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  1. The Diasporic Power of BLACK ABSTRACTION: Black as a Unifying Concept and a Strategic Abstraction
  2. Margo Natalie Crawford
  3. pp. 44-56
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  1. Bandung Holograms: The Black Voice as Movement Technology
  2. Shana L. Redmond
  3. pp. 58-71
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  1. The 1962 First International Congress of African Culture: A Brief Report
  2. Barbara Murray
  3. pp. 74-94
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  1. Dak'art: Global Black Cultural Politics in the Twentieth Century
  2. Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi
  3. pp. 96-109
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  1. Bingo Magazine in the Age of Pan-African Festivals: A Feminist Archive of Global Black Consciousness?
  2. Tsitsi Jaji
  3. pp. 110-123
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  1. Soul Call: The First World Festival of Negro Arts at a Pivot of Black Modernities
  2. Penny M. Von Eschen
  3. pp. 124-135
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  1. Articulating the National and Transnational: Exhibition Histories of the Casablanca School
  2. Holiday Powers
  3. pp. 136-153
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  1. The Event of the Photograph: Black Consciousness from the Wall of Respect '67 to FESTAC '77
  2. Romi Crawford
  3. pp. 154-163
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  1. Marilyn Nance: Remembering FESTAC
  2. Fanny Robles, Marilyn Nance
  3. pp. 164-168
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  1. Once upon a Time There Was PANAF: Liberation Movements and Cultural Representations of African Dreams
  2. Ahmed Bedjaoui
  3. pp. 170-183
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  1. Photographing the 1969 Pan-African Cultural Festival
  2. Robert Wade
  3. pp. 184-193
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  1. Creating Consciousness: Black Art in 1970s South Africa
  2. Shannen Hill
  3. pp. 196-210
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  1. The Political Uses of Malcolm X
  2. Hisham Aidi
  3. pp. 212-221
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  1. James Baldwin's Late Encounters with Africa
  2. Dagmawi Woubshet
  3. pp. 222-232
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  1. The Brown Paper Bag Test: Hervé Télémaque's Exploded Discourse
  2. Richard J. Powell
  3. pp. 234-249
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  1. Boubou Hama: Africa's Duty to Save Humanity
  2. Amanda Gilvin
  3. pp. 250-262
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  1. Melvin Edwards: The Journey of a Sculptor and the Poetics of Relation
  2. Lydie Diakhaté
  3. pp. 264-281
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  1. Conversation With Ibrahim Mahama
  2. Sharon Obuobi, Ibrahim Mahama
  3. pp. 284-289
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  1. The Chronicles of Flowers by Bahia Shehab (review)
  2. Naz Cuguoglu
  3. pp. 290-293
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  1. To Wander Determined by Toyin Ojih Odutola (review)
  2. Jody B. Cutler
  3. pp. 294-296
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  1. Archetypocalypse by Mawande Ka Zenzile (review)
  2. Themba Tsotsi
  3. pp. 298-301
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