Three distingushed thinkers in African American Studies published in new book

The New Black:: What Has Changed--and What Has Not--with Race in America

Jonathan Holloway, Elizabeth Alexander and Angela Onwuachi-Willig are published in the newly released collection of essays titled, The New Black: What Has Changed–and What Has Not–with Race in America ( Eds. Kenneth W. Mack and Guy-Urel E. Charles, The New Press, 2013.)

In this collection whose tag line reads, “Twelve distinguished thinkers offer innovative ideas about race in the twenty-first century,” Afam’s distinguished thinkers have contributed the following work: Jonathan Holloway, “The Right Kind of Family: Silences in a Civil Rights Narrative” (an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Jim Crow Wisdom); Elizabeth Alexander, “Free Black Men”; and Angela Onwuachi-Willig, “An Officer and a Gentleman.” 

Thursday, August 29, 2013