African Heritage Studies Association

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African Heritage Studies Association

Among the founding members of the AHSA were the historian Nell Painter; P. Chike Onwuachi, Director of the African Studies and Research Program at Howard University; and Leonard Jeffries Chair of City College of New York’s Black Studies Department.

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  • John Henrik Clarke, “The African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA): Some Notes on the Conflict with the African Studies Association (ASA) and the Fight to Reclaim African History.” Issue: A Journal of Africanist Opinion 6, 2–3 (Summer/Fall 1976): 5–11.
  • Skinner, Elliot P. “African Studies, 1955–1975: An Afro-American Perspective.” Issue: A Journal of Africanist Opinion 6, 2–3 (Summer/Fall 1976).
  • United Nations. General Assembly. Special Committee against Apartheid. Special Meeting (1978 : New York, N.Y.) and Harriman, Leslie O. and Clarke, John Henrik, and Paul Robeson, and African Heritage Studies Association. Commission on Education and Research. and United Nations Centre Against Apartheid. Dimensions of the struggle Against Apartheid : a tribute to Paul Robeson : proceedings of Special meeting of the Special Committee against Apartheid on the 80th anniversary of the birth of Paul Robeson - 10 April 1978 / introduction by Leslie O. Harriman ; edited by John Henrik Clarke African Heritage Studies Association, Publications Centre, New York, N.Y. : 1979
  • Francis Njubi Nesbitt, Race for sanctions: African Americans against apartheid, 1946-1994 (Indiana University Press, 2004).

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