Events from 2022

Grasping at the Roots: A Study of Sustainable Food Justice and Racial Healing Through Black Agrarian Histories, Vera Grace Menafee

Music Dey Bridge: Strengthening African Diasporic Relations Through Sound, Qayyum Ogunsanya

Events from 2020

Transforming Hollywood: The Deconstruction of Race and Gender Hierarchies in the U.S. Film Industry through Social Movements, Brian Smith

Events from 2019

The Brothers Size​: Directing in the Africana Aesthetic, Ti Ames and Caroline Jackson Smith

A Discussion of White Hegemony within Black Cultural Curriculum at a Predominantly White Institution and a Proposal for an Application of Goal Attainment Scaling to Measure Black Student Success, Jazmen Bell


Close-Knit: A Brief History of Knitting, Family, and Activism in African-American Communities, Nina Pulley

Events from 2018

Creating Barriers to Determination of Structurally Cohesive Subgroups (Keynote), Yasmeen Mussard-Afcari and Adam Eck

“It Takes a Village”: How the Investment in Self, Community, and Environment Can Influence Low Income Black Children to Succeed, Niya Smith-Wilson

Events from 2016

Black and Still Gold: Africana Cultural Approaches to Knowledge and Formal Education, Alexandria Cunningham

Theses/Dissertations from 2013


Dubbin' the Literary Canon: Writin' and Soundin' A Transnational Caribbean Experience, Warren Harding

Soundin’ National Cultcha: Creolization, Migration, and Jamaican Music, Warren Harding