African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism-Updated Bibliography April 2017

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Digital Pornotroping and Online Misogyny Targeting Black Women

Gendered Violence Online Symposium. The Cyberhate Project Friday July 7, 2017 University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia Digital Pornotroping: Naming and Defining Anti-Black e-bile and Violent Online Misogynoir as a Form of Racialized, Sexualized, and Gendered Cyberhate Presenter: Elonda Clay Ph.D. candidate, V.U. University Amsterdam, Netherlands Black women experience what queer Black scholar Moya …

Invited Panelist-Duke University: African American Theology & the Arts: A Symposium Featuring Ailey I

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