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HBCU Politics™ Political Book Feature – Asia In The Pacific Islands: Replacing The West

A spectacular transition is in the Pacific Islands, as a result of which all our lives will be radically different. While the original Pacific people came from Asia, for most of the past century and earlier, nearly all Pacific Islands nations were colonies of ‘Western’ powers. But in the last fifty years or so, Asia … Continue reading

Dozen

HBCU Politics™ Dozen Links 5/20 – 5/24

Did you miss HBCU Politics™ Dozen via Twitter? No worry. We are now putting them on the site for you to visit at your leisure. Government Departments China has drones. Now what? l Foreign Affairs http://fam.ag/10rzIof House immigration talks wild, wacky l House News http://bit.ly/16YgrTn Crop insurance debate grows l Senate News http://bit.ly/11gTQyr Young Children … Continue reading

Politicians

2013 Governors by HBCU State Directory

BREAKDOWN: 23 Governors 14 Republican 9 Democrats 0 HBCU Graduates ALABAMA Robert Bentley (Republican) Governor’s Office Mailing Address State Capitol 600 Dexter Avenue Montgomery, Alabama 36130 Governor’s Office Telephone Numbers Phone: (334) 242-7100 Fax: (334) 353-0004 Email: http://governor.alabama.gov/contact/contact_form.aspx ARKANSAS Mike Beebe (Democrat) Governor’s Office Mailing Address State Capitol Room 250 Little Rock, AR 72201 Governor’s … Continue reading

Histolitics

HBCU Politics™ Histolitics: Declaration of the Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World

The Principles of the Universal Negro Improvement Association Preamble Be It Resolved, That the Negro people of the world, through their chosen representatives in convention assembled in Liberty Hall, in the City of New York and United States of America, from August 1 to August 31, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine … Continue reading

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HBCU Politics™ Political Book Feature – The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography

In this thoughtful and engaging critique, geographer Martin W. Lewis and historian Kären Wigen reexamine the basic geographical divisions we take for granted, and challenge the unconscious spatial frameworks that govern the way we perceive the world. Arguing that notions of East vs. West, First World vs. Third World, and even the sevenfold continental system … Continue reading

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HBCU Politics™ Political Book Feature – Energy for Future Presidents: The Science Behind the Headlines

The near-meltdown of Fukushima, the upheavals in the Middle East, the BP oil rig explosion, and the looming reality of global warming have reminded the president and all U.S. citizens that nothing has more impact on our lives than the supply of and demand for energy. Its procurement dominates our economy and foreign policy more … Continue reading