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Africana Studies In The Media

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Dressed in Dreams: A Black Girl’s Love Letter to the Power of Fashion Offers a Powerful History Lessonhttps://diverseeducation.com/article/155325/Diverse2019-09-19T04:00:00ZArticle spotlights the critically acclaimed book written by Tanisha Ford, an associate professor of Africana Studies.
Ebony Memories: A Photo Treasuryhttps://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/16/us/ebony-magazine-photographs-auction.html?searchResultPosition=1The New York Times2019-07-16T04:00:00ZTiffany M. Gill, Africana Studies discusses concerns over the fate of a treasure trove of photographs from Ebony and Jet that are going to auction this week.
Tiffany M. Gill, Africana Studies, on concerns over the fate of a treasure trove of photographs from Ebony and Jet that are going to auction this week.https://www.scribd.com/article/417556062/midwestern-Black-Girls-Are-So-Often-Overlooked-dressed-In-Dreams-Author-Tanisha-Ford-On-How-Culture-Shapes-Style-And-Clothing-Item-ComebacksScribd2019-07-15T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies, discusses her book, “Dressed in Dreams: A Black Girl’s Love Letter to the Power of Fashion.”
‘Midwestern Black girls are so often overlooked’: “Dressed in Dreams” author Tanisha Ford on how culture shapes style and clothing item comebackshttps://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/fashion/sc-fashion-0715-tanisha-ford-dressed-in-dreams-20190710-ghda6llf3vehzcp6ufqds46pga-story.htmlChicago Tribune2019-07-10T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies, discusses her new book, “Dressed in Dreams: A Black Girl’s Love Letter to the Power of Fashion.”
The 10 Most Important Items in Tanisha Ford's Closethttps://www.newsweek.com/10-most-important-items-tanisha-fords-closetNewsweek2019-06-20T04:00:00ZFord, an Africana Studies professor at UD, boasts a wardrobe that takes the influence of parents who were active in the Black Power and Black Feminist movements and mixes it with her own unique style.
Why Juneteenth Matters More Than Everhttps://blackamericaweb.com/2019/06/19/why-juneteenth-matters-more-than-ever/Black America Web2019-06-19T04:00:00ZTiffany Gill, Africana Studies, discussed the origins of Juneteenth in a reposted 2015 article.
How Rihanna’s Fenty Line Is Challenging Luxury-Fashion Normshttps://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2019/06/rihannas-fenty-line-kwame-brathwaite-grandassa-models/591199/The Atlantic2019-06-07T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies, on Rihanna's decision to fuse the luxury fashion brand Fenty with the powerful photographic work of Kwame Brathwaite.
New York City Considers Ban on Furhttps://www.wnycstudios.org/story/new-york-city-considers-ban-furThe Takeaway--WNYC2019-05-20T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana studies and history, on the cultural legacy of furs and why it needs to be considered as part of the debate over ban on fur sales proposed by some NYC officials.
Rihanna Disrupts Luxury Fashion World, Joining LVMH With 'Fenty' Brandhttps://www.npr.org/2019/05/12/722519647/rihanna-disrupts-luxury-fashion-world-joining-lvmh-with-fenty-brandNPR2019-05-12T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies, on the impact of Rihanna's partnership with a luxury European fashion house.
To Understand "Us," Pay Attention to the Outfitshttps://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2019/03/us-meaning-costumes-kym-barrett-interview-red-jumpsuit/585793/The Atlantic2019-03-27T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies, wrote a piece in which she interviewed the movie’s costume designer, Kym Barrett, about the red jumpsuits and other clothing in Jordan Peele's box office smash.

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  • Department of Africana Studies
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  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • University of Delaware
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