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I recently attended a conference about the importance of Africana Studies (AFS) and it had a panel of visiting professors that consisted of mostly black men and women. I was beyond impressed by their achievements and found myself engaged and excited by their discussions. My admiration for these scholars only grew exponentially when I learned that one of the female professors was from Sierra Leone, just like me! [excerpt]
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Aluko-Roberts, Rashida, "That Awkward Moment When I Accidentally Internalized Racism" (2013). SURGE. 136.