The Western Journal of Black Studies

Journal focusing on issues regarding the African American experience in the United States.

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 2, Summer

Can Developing Countries Overcome the Digital Divide? Information Technology in Trinidad and Tobago
Introduction Background Information In the last decade of the 20th century, the rapid development and diffusion of information technology has led to what is commonly known as the information revolution. This phenomenon is the manifestation of...
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Christianity Is Black with a Capital "B": The Religion and Politics of Kwame Nkrumah
Black Studies, as a self-defined academic discipline, has its origin in the sociopolitical struggle of the 1960s when scholarly activists fought to establish the study of the Black experience in the university curriculum. Over time, Black Studies has...
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Jung and the African Diaspora
... the dream may not be warning Jung to avoid 'going black' but inviting, encouraging or challenging him to do so. (Adams qtd. in Marian, 1997, p. 184) Jung feared and yet echoed Africa. In his famous 'barber' dream C.G. Jung feared 'going black'...
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Race, Ethnicity, and Social Distance Severity
Introduction An Eyewitness Account of Social Distance and Petit Apartheid; i.e., When Discretion Transmutes into Discrimination: The Arizona Board of Executive Clemency and the Development of the Georges-Abeyie Petit Apartheid Social Distance Severity...
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The Loss of Agricultural Land among Black Farmers
Section 1 Introduction, Background Information and the Issues Justifications For Researching Black Land Ownership In the political economy of capitalism, access to land ownership ranks high as one of the critical factors of production (Marx...
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