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Africana studies

The mission of the Africana studies program at Virginia Tech is to critically assess present cultural and structural forces and the historical conditions that have given rise to the economic, legal, psychological, educational, social, and moral status of people of African descent as well as Africans on the continent and throughout the Diaspora. 

Getting started with academic research | Recommended databases | Overview of Africana studies | Africana literature

    Heather Moorefield-Lang

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