BLACKBOARD SPRING 2021: COUNTER-ARCHIVAL

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BlackBoard Excellence

Professors research intersection of race, caste and colorism

The making of a sweeping interdisciplinary project.

By Melissa Perry

Brief

Mammy and the politics of reclamation

Is it time to reclaim her, too?

By Elisabeth Betts

Feature
Bible quilt Harriet Powers

Always there: the overlooked history of quilting in African American culture

How African American women quilters have been integral to American culture

By Ari Crockett

Cover story

The refounding: how BlackBoard got its restart

How a handful of students resurrected Northwestern’s second-oldest publication.

By Camille Williams

Personal essay

Lessons we learned by 19

 I tell myself that I can take the punches. Often, I wish that I didn’t have to.

By Kenny Davis

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Professors research intersection of race, caste and colorism
The making of a sweeping interdisciplinary project.
The refounding: How BlackBoard got its restart
How a handful of students resurrected Northwestern’s second-oldest publication.

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