Race Critical Theories: Education and Liberation: Black Women’s Perspective by Angela Davis David Goldberg Thesis Goldberg presents a collection of critical work about race and racism along with recent reflections upon those said works in hopes of critically analyzing the past to make way for the future. He hopes to capture other historical articles speak […]

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It took me quite some time to finish these reviews, mostly because I was so intrigued by the passages I had to read them twice or discuss with friends. However, I finally completed all three reviews of my pleasure reading. I hope they are concise and clear. Race, Sex, and Nerds: From Black Geeks to […]

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Elements XIV

March 8, 2014 No Comments

Last weekend, Metcalf Ballroom was filled with dancers from around the East Coast to compete in Boston University Fusion Hip Hop Dance Troupe’s annual hip hop dance competition, Elements. I’ve already posted last week anticipating the event, and now I’m writing up a recap, in case you missed it, or in case you want to […]

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In the realm of clean, modern, geometric, and friendly san-serifs, Gotham had a good run of a couple years before becoming humdrum. Proxima Nova was a popular alternative, especially for web and mobile design, but was probably not distinct enough to really have staying power on its own. Neutraface and Verlag replaced Gotham in many […]

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