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AADS Major Helps Frame Important Conversation Around Race in Guilford County

The last thing Dominick Hand would grab before running out of his dorm at UNC-Greensboro, even on a sprint across […]

CACE 2015 (Conference on African American & African Diasporic Cultures & Experience)

Register for CACE 2015 here. CACE 2015 will take place February 10th & 11th, 2015 in the Elliot University Center […]

Director Named to News and Record Editorial Board

This fall, Dr. Green was chosen from more than 60 applicants to join the first group of community members who […]

#MayaTaughtMe: Lessons learned from Dr. Angelou by Dr. Tara T. Green

I was in about the seventh grade when I learned about Maya Angelou. An English teacher, Mrs. Huntley, in my […]

Greensboro council may ban sagging pants on city buses

The City Council could soon flesh out the issue of wearing sagging pants on public transportation. Read More on News […]

Academic: Informal college poll suggests sagging pants pushback is generational

Omar Ali, a professor of African American studies at UNCG, took an informal poll amongst 65 students in his Introduction […]

UNCG professor helps mobilize independent voters to push for political reform

Having witnessed a rancorous government shutdown and near breach of the federal debt ceiling, plenty of Americans are pessimistic about […]

Dr. Green responds to recent L. Hughes Discovery

Ralph Hunter traces his love affair with the works of Langston Hughes to fourth-grade when his teacher read his poems […]

Washington Post Article on Omar Ali’s Teaching

Whatever Happened To … the Baltimore high school debater? Read more on Washington Post

Dr. Omar Ali’s Media Appearances

Dr. Ali has been interviewd about politics on the local news, CNN, and NPR since August. To hear what he […]

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