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Here is the full cover of my new baby. Could never have imagined that I would be revising proofs & indexing it under such exceptional conditions. Corrections to the proofs now submitted under stressing conditions. Now taking a 2-week break before getting them back to do the index

Brazilian journalists of the 2 major newspapers ( and ) will stop covering news at the official residence of the nefarious president because of constant attacks by idiotic fanatics that greatly increased in last weeks without any reaction from dirty Bolsonaro

Que site fantástico. Fiquei muito tempo navegando: maravilhada com o projeto e estarrecida com a realidade duríssima escancarada nele. O bombardeiro autoritário nao para. É só piscar que já tão tramando outra medida. Acompanhem, divulguem, denunciem.

Oh, when Karens take a walk with their dogs off leash in the famous Bramble in NY’s Central Park, where it is clearly posted on signs that dogs MUST be leashed at all times, and someone like my brother (an avid birder) politely asks her to put her dog on the leash.

Daina Ramey Berry's The Price for Their Pound of Flesh: "...exploitation of both sexes occurred when enslavers forced enslaved people to copulate against their will--which I labeled third-party rape."

First book is Tacky's Revolt: The Story of an Atlantic Slave War with guest Vincent Brown

I'm very excited about this. I'm teaching a course on slavery for the first time in many years. This will help me get familiar with some of the new literature. I just purchased Tacky's Revolt.

Can't wait to join hosting the book club! Join us on Zoom (the email to receive the link is on the flyer) and support these authors! Books available for purchase/preorder via &

Artist spotlight! 📢 Francois Piquet talks about the power of art, and the connections and impact it can have on people. Tapping into the emotions, and making us think of the past - of the legacy of what we see on display. Piquet tackles the theme of slavery in the Caribbean.

the vulgarity of our times. (i tried to find the original artist. if you know who it is, @ them?)

The 2020 Stephanie M. H. Camp Lecture "Recaptive African Women and the Body Politics of Survival in the Era of the ‘Last Slave Ships’"

Some of the photographic views of the Maya site of Quirigua in modern Guatemala, taken by Alfred Maudslay 137 years ago, in April-May 1883. collections

and a celebrity! also at . It was very moving to be able to meet her in person. Did you know she'st not bigger than your thumbnail?

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