Support One Book One New Orleans & Walking Raddy Book Launch!

Reposted from DH the Blog:

Proud to be one of the contributors and part of this historic volume which is also fundraising for One Book, One New Orleans!! If you can, please donate and support the GoFund Me!

Fundraiser by Kim Vaz-Deville : Buy Books for the Baby Dolls

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BOOK: Mitchell on Vénus Noire, Race and Sex in 19th Century France

Robin Mitchell, Black Women and Colonial Fantasies in Nineteenth-Century France (Athens; University of Georgia Press, 2018)

Via UGA Press:

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SOURCE: Biography of Anna Murray Douglass | @LibraryofCongress

The Library of Congress holds a biography of Frederick Douglass’ wife, Anna Murray Douglass, written by her daughter. Printed from a speech delivered before the Anna Murray Douglass Union by Sprague in Washington, D.C. in 1900. The speech was reprinted by Frederick Douglass Sprague Perry in 1923 and dedicated to the “Noblewomen of the National Association of Colored Women.”

Sprague:

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BOOK: Block on Race and the Body in 18th Century America

Sharon Block, Colonial Complexions: Race and Bodies in Eighteenth-Century America (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018).

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NEWS: How a Small Seminar Course Engaged Readers Everywhere – The Chronicle of Higher Education #blackwomanhood

The Chronicle’s teaching newsletter covers the Black Womanhood course taught by Drs. Jessica Marie Johnson and Martha Jones at Johns Hopkins University.

https://www.chronicle.com/article/How-a-Small-Seminar-Course/242886

On the Imperative of Transnational Solidarity: A U.S. Black Feminist Statement on the Assassination of Marielle Franco – The Black Scholar

Kia L. Caldwell, Wendi Muse, Tianna S. Paschel, Keisha-Khan Y. Perry, Christen A. Smith, and Erica L. Williams publish collective statement on the assassination of Marielle Franco:

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A Storify: Tweets from #UnboundJHU held at JHU March 8-9, 2018

Click here for tweets from #unboundJHU held at Johns Hopkins University, March 8-9, 2018. This conference was sponsored by the Center for Africana Studies and co-organized by Katrina Bell McDonald, Tera Jordan, and Jessica Marie Johnson. For more: http://bit.ly/unboundjhu (Storify compiled by @jmjafrx)

Featured Image: Tera Hunter, Professor of History at Princeton University and author of Bound in Wedlock: Slave and Free Black Marriage in the Nineteenth Century

Note: Storify is closing up shop on May 17, 2018 and tweets tend to disappear from Twitter after 10-14 days. Screenshot your favorite tweets and download any media as needed for your own archive.