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By Dr. Barbara McCaskill • Originally published by Willson Center for Humanities & Arts

After thirty-four years of service (including over twenty years in IAAS), The Institute for African American Studies congratulates Ms. Kendra Freeman on her recent retirement from The University of Georgia. As Office Manager, Ms.

Back in October, second-year student and UGA Housing Resident Assistant, Niyah Brown, hosted an interactive and informative program in Creswell Hall promoting her new #NaturalNovember campaign.

The Institute for African American Studies extends warm congratulations to this year’s Black Faculty and Staff Organization Founders’ Award Scholarship winners!

James Baldwin Review is proud to announce the publication of its seventh volume.

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