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How to Bring Black Studies to a Broader Audience

'DCORE scholars Mark Anthony Neal, Kerry Haynie and Karla FC Holloway discuss how to bring the interdisciplinary work that defines Black Studies by nature to as broad of an audience as possible using new platforms.' -- +Duke Council on Race and Ethnicity
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