Bonus Episode 6: An Historical Account of the Ida B. Wells-Barnett Anti-Lynching Texts, Kawaida Womanism, and the Sacred
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Episode Description—This bonus podcast episode (live) is for those who follow Dr. Bankole-Medina’s scholarly endeavors!
Key words: Dr. Jennifer Williams, Racial Violence (Lynching), Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Kawaida Philosophy, Kawaida Womanism, The Dogon Model of Knowledge Acquisition (DMKA), Maulana Karenga, Tiamoyo Karenga, Chimbuko Tembo, Africana Epistemology, 33rd Annual Cheikh Anta Diop International Conference, Dr. Kimmika L. H. Williams-Witherspoon, Panel #2: “The Divine Feminine: Above & Below” featuring: Dr. Kevin J. Hales (Moderator), Dr. Ayanna Grady-Hunt, and Dr. Marquita Gammage. DISA - Home (diopianinstitute.org)
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"Dr. Katherine Bankole-Medina is a tenured Professor of History and an established scholar of Africana Studies at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the author of Slavery and Medicine: Enslavement and Medicine in Antebellum Louisiana, and World to Come: The Baltimore Uprising, Militant Racism and History. Her recent publications include a review of Free the Land: The Republic of New Afrika and the Pursuit of a Black Nation-State by Edward Onaci which appears in the Journal of Southern History; and the academic paper “A Real-World Discourse on Intellectual Identity, Thought Leadership, and the Black Woman Academic Chair,” edited by Stephanie Y. Evans and Tracy Sharpley-Whiting and appears in Palimpsest Journal. Among her numerous awards, Dr. Bankole-Medina was named Distinguished Faculty Researcher at CSU and is recognized as an exceptional online learning professor. Dr. Bankole-Medina is also a producer and host of The Invention of Racism podcast series."