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Atlas Obscura – Against the Odds, A 40-Year Old West African Village in South Carolina Has Thrived” by Molly McArdle

“The actual village’s population is really small, but the footprint it made is much larger.” (read more)

Correction: Rather than “lighter skinned deities had a higher place on the hierarchy,” the quote should read, “lighter skinned priests had a higher place on the hierarchy.”


Ph.D. Student Honored for African American History Research

by Tiffany Carter

History Ph.D. student Kenja McCray was recently selected to receive the Association of Black Women Historians’ Drusilla Dunjee Houston Memorial Award for her dissertation chapter, “Education Didn’t Mean Having a Degree: It Meant Serving All of Humanity.” She received the award at the Centennial Conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH).  (more)

Kenja McCray on GSU's Campus

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