WJBS

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WJBSWestern Journal of Black Studies
WJBSWhen Joy Becomes Saddness (band)
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In addition to the two original articles in the JBS and Griot journals, administrators, faculty, staff, and graduate students can now use this WJBS issue as an entry point into the discussion of how older programs must grow and how new programs should be formed.
As he stated in his introduction to this WJBS issue, I arranged a panel of Black Studies PbD program chairs and faculty for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) in fall 2006 and he coordinated a panel of exemplary graduate students from various programs in spring 2007 at National Council of Black Studies (NCBS).
One of the women granted a voice in a plenary session at the annual conference was Clenora Hudson-Weems, who set forth Africana Womanism theory, followed by numerous articles beginning in 1989 with "Cultural and Agenda Conflicts in Academia: Critical Issues for Africana Womanism Studies" (WJBS) culminating in the 1993 publication, Africana Womanism: Reclaiming Ourselves.