The Black Geographies library guide was created as an informational hub of resources, tips and tools, and curated links that tend to Black Geographies and its growing imprint on academic thought and public discourse.
BBG is firmly committed to the material study of Black life and guided by the principal assertion that Blackness cannot be reduced to cultural abstraction or mere corporeal phenomena. We pursue 'geography' as a productive analytic capable of exploring, examining, and determining Blackness's lived experiences, conceptual limits, and theoretical purchase.
Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Just Futures initiative, the Black Studies Collaboratory aims to bring together artists, activists, and scholars to amplify the interdisciplinary, political and world-building work of Black Studies.
A specialty group with the American Association of Geographers that strives to create a global platform promoting the study of the social, political, cultural, economic, and ecological aspects of race in/and geography.
Fosters dialogue about Black Geographies as an intellectual, methodological, and political project. Encompasses reading groups, writing workshops, symposia, and poetic modes of embodied and artistic inquiry through rigorous, interdisciplinary, and transnational inquiry about the spatialities of Blackness, always oriented toward collective liberation for all beings.
Black Europe Summer School is a two-week intensive course held each summer in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The course explores the contemporary circumstances of the African Diaspora and people of color in Europe. Participants learn about the origins of Black Europe and investigate the impact of colonial legacies on policies, social organizations, and legislation today.
Black geography students and graduates who have firsthand experience of the many barriers which prevent Black students to study geography and how isolating the field can be navigating these barriers.
Inspired by Black Geographers in Institutions of Higher Education in the United States: Where They Are and a Selected Bibliography of Their Works, published in 2003 by Joe T. Darden and Lucia Terra.
This podcast is Intended for anyone interested in and committed to life and liberation around the planet. Antipod amplifies and harmonizes with vital perspectives on how to get free and stay free.
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