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The Black Power Movement and the Black Student Union (BSU) in Washington State, 1967-1970
This dissertation centers on the Black Student Union (BSU) at the University of Washington and Washington State University, during the late-1960s. It traces how the first BSU organization was formed at San Francisco State ...
EXPRESSIONS OF RESISTANCE: INTERSECTIONS OF FILIPINO AMERICAN IDENTITY, HIP HOP CULTURE, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
The unique relationship to colonization for Filipinos has challenged Filipino Americans in their identity development and understanding of Philippine history. Although American exceptionalism has been heavily indoctrinated ...
Interrogating Moral Mothers, Mama Grizzlies, and Women Warriors: Towards a Queer Transnational Feminist Antimilitarism
This project examines the neoliberal context and public discourses that have surrounded the "War on Terror"--especially the rhetorical hijacking of feminism--and the impact on feminist antimilitarism. The primary research ...
Campaign For Edutainment: Afrocentric Philosophy and Hip Hop Pedagogy as a Method For True Liberation
The constructions of Black identity seldom come from self-identification, but are more derived from the depictions created and endorsed by Western definitions of Africa and the Diaspora. These stereotypes depict Blacks as ...