Project MUSE – Raising Cane and Backwater Graffiti.
This entry was posted on October 3, 2012 by serious2020. It was filed under & Literature, Adults, AFRIKAN, Black Men, Black Women, Children, City of Islands: West Indian Immigrants in New York, Community outrage, Culture, Education, Liberation, Poetry, Politics, Tammy L. Brown and was tagged with African/Black experience, Afrikan, Assistant Professor of Black World Studies and History, Backwater Graffiti, City of Islands: West Indian Immigrants in New York, creative writer, cultural critic, historian, Miami University of Ohio, protest, racism, Raising Cane, revolutionary, Slavery, Tammy L. Brown, UNC Department of American Studies, visual artist.
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