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Month: May 2016

When the Smithsonian NMAAHC Visits Tulsa, OK When the Smithsonian NMAAHC Visits Tulsa, OK

Today I had the pleasure of attending the opening session of the 7th Annual Symposium on Reconciliation by the John Hope Franklin Center. The opening session started with a spoken word

Reflecting on the Faculty Fellow Experience: Last days at Augustana College Reflecting on the Faculty Fellow Experience: Last days at Augustana College

   It’s the last few days of Spring term and my time as the Diversity Faculty Fellow in the department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Welfare here at Augustana College is

1st African Diaspora Mock Dig in Augustana’s History Gains Major Attention 1st African Diaspora Mock Dig in Augustana’s History Gains Major Attention

Today marked the first time in Augustana history that students conducted a mock archaeological excavation as part of Augustana’s Spring Symposium called the Celebration of Learning. During this symposium event