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October 5, 2021 76 min

Have you noticed that there always seems to be a disconnect between African Americans and other people in the Diaspora? Why does it feel like being labeled "African American" is a bad thing? Sufficiently Black explores these questions with "daughter of Africa," Howard University Professor Dr. Amy Yeboah Quarkume. Dr. A explains the importance of language to limit the divide, whether people in the Diaspora are capable of cultural appropriation and the issues with Marvel's Black Panther.

 

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