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  1. Contemporary Cuban Cinema
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  1. Nina Simone, Now
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  1. BlacKkKlansman (2018): On the Right Side of History
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  1. Edited Volume on Contemporary Black Hollywood
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  1. Three-Volume Collection on the History of FESPACO (1969–2019)
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  1. Black Women Becoming Whole: Bridgett M. Davis on Naked Acts
  2. Noelle Griffis, Michael T. Martin
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  1. The Practice of Curating the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive: A Conversation with the Founding Director
  2. Michael T. Martin
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  1. Beyond Category: Black Souls On-Screen
  2. Franklin Cason Jr.
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  1. Recovering the Chicano Social Problem Film: Racial Consciousness, Rita Moreno, and the Historiography of The Ring (1952)
  2. Frank García
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  1. Introduction
  2. Jane Bryce
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  1. Cuban Independent Documentary and Nonofficial Journalism: The Two Faces of Janus
  2. Antonio Enrique González Rojas
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  1. Wind, Water, Women: Liminal Spaces and Border Crossings Between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic
  2. Mary Leonard
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  1. Caribbeing Continuum: Progression of a Cinema Eyealect in the Motion Picture Feature Haiti Bride
  2. Yao Ramesar
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  1. A Voice of Their Own: Narrative Obscurity and African History in the Cinema of Raoul Peck
  2. Julianna Blair Watson
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  1. A Pan-African Perspective on Apartheid, Torture, and Resistance in Euzhan Palcy's A Dry White Season
  2. Jacqueline Maingard
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  1. "The Race to Modernization": Film Culture in the British West Indies Around the Mid-Twentieth Century
  2. Rachel Moseley-Wood
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  1. "Our Voices, Our Stories, Our Films": Programming the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival
  2. Jonathan Ali
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  1. A Conversation with Storm Saulter
  2. Connor Ryan
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  1. Beyond a Boundary: The Gangsta as Modern Black Subject in Contemporary Jamaican Art Practices
  2. Jane Bryce
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  1. Introduction: The Evolution of JAY-Z
  2. Stephanie Li
  3. pp. 304-306
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  1. For the Culture, for the Future: Keeping Black Time in JAY-Z's 4:44
  2. Lauren McLeod Cramer
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  1. JAY-Z's Borrowed Time
  2. Samuel Dwinell
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  1. "There's a disconnect": The Entrepreneurial Ethics of JAY-Z and Donald Trump
  2. Adam Coombs
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  1. A Genealogical Interpretation of Plato's Allegory, Through the Lens of JAY-Z, the Re-Envisioned Philosopher King
  2. ShaDawn Battle
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  1. The Outside Meets the Institution: The Carters' "Apeshit" Video
  2. Jenny Gunn
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  1. A Conversation with Kevin Young
  2. Tiffany E. Barber
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  1. FESPACO 2019: Moving Toward Resurrection
  2. Olivier Barlet, Chloe Farrell
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  1. African Women on the Film Festival Landscape: Organizing, Showcasing, Promoting, Networking
  2. Beti Ellerson, Falila Gbadamassi
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  1. Film Review: Us
  2. David C. Wall
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  1. Professional Notes and Research Sources
  2. Megan Connor, Katherine A. Johnson
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