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The Global Africana Review is the Department’s academic journal comprised of

UNC undergraduate students’ research. The inaugural issue was launched in Spring 2017.

An electronic version of the journal can be found in the Carolina Digital Repository,

along with previous volumes.


General Information | ii

Dedication | iii

Chair’s Note | iv

Editorial Team | v

Contributors | vi

Introduction | 1

Claude A. Clegg III

NGOs as Agents of Women’s Land Rights in Tanzania | 2

Allison Whitenack

Placemaking in Artisanal Small-Scale Mining: A Gendered Examination of Mobility, Economic
Opportunity, and Vulnerability in Africa | 14

Mia Colloredo-Mansfeld

Social Work within the National Association of Colored Women: Clubwomen as Othermothers
and Captive Maternals | 26

Miriam Madison

Rebellious to Revolutionary: SNCC and its Transformative Activism | 38

Saskia Staimpel

Rethinking the Post-Colonial through Nadine Gordimer’s Burger’s Daughter and July’s People
| 50

Naraya Price

Review of Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele’s When They Call You a Terrorist: The Power
of Black Communities and Righteous Anger | 58

Hannah Motley

Drowning Their Sorrows in the Ocean: A Review of Black [Mask]ulinity, Drugs, and Water in
Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight | 61

Jalen Carver