Global Africana Review

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Global Africana Review is a scholarly journal for undergraduates, which adheres to the rigorous editorial procedures of any professional academic journal. We openly invite students to submit original research articles on any and all topics having to do with Africa, African Americans, and the broader African diaspora. Submissions that meet our editorial board’s standards for academic rigor and originality are sent out for review to faculty members with specialized knowledge of the topics in question. Articles that pass this review are then revised by their authors, resubmitted, professionally edited and proofread, and published. This vetting and revision process ensures that...

Global Africana Review is a scholarly journal for undergraduates, which adheres to the rigorous editorial procedures of any professional academic journal. We openly invite students to submit original research articles on any and all topics having to do with Africa, African Americans, and the broader African diaspora. Submissions that meet our editorial board’s standards for academic rigor and originality are sent out for review to faculty members with specialized knowledge of the topics in question. Articles that pass this review are then revised by their authors, resubmitted, professionally edited and proofread, and published. This vetting and revision process ensures that students take their research and writing projects to the highest possible level, producing polished, sophisticated, and useful contributions to ongoing disciplinary conversations in global Africana Studies.

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51. Introduction

52. Agents of Rights-Based Justice: Wangari Maathai and Kenya's Green Belt Movement

53. Artistic Juxtaposition: The Vulnerability and Strength of Black South African Women in Mary Sibande’s Sophie Series

54. Inter-country Adoption and Children’s Rights: How the African Union Sets Norms and Confronts Challenges

55. Haitian Immigrants in Rural Maryland: Experiences of Life and Health

56. Obstacles and Opportunities in Africa for the Ratification of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families

57. Nationalism and Othering in the Contemporary Era: The Non-South African Black and Xenophobia in South Africa

58. Global Africana Review Volume 1, Issue 1

59. Short and Not Too Sweet: Rethinking Mwalimu through Paul Bjerk’s Julius Nyerere

60. The Unsung Mothers of Négritude: An Examination of the Efforts of Women Behind the Movement