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Africana Studies In The Media

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Not your parents' prom: Inside Philly's elaborate send-off cultureThe Philadelphia Inquirer2018-06-08T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies, commented on the new prom trend.
Starbucks changes its bathroom policy, starts "racial bias" trainingCBS News Network2018-05-22T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, comments on the controversy during an in-studio interview and said Starbucks gets no credit for doing what they were supposed to do. "I am disheartened by the fact that black people even have to experience this type of hyper-policing in order for companies like Starbucks to feel like they should have a training like this."
Starbucks closing its doors to address racial incidentKNX-AM2018-05-22T04:00:00ZReport quotes Tanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, who said she is not convinced that Starbucks has a real plan to affect long-time change.
Beauty shops become prime ground for voter registration efforts in South Carolina The Post and Courier2018-05-20T04:00:00ZTiffany Gill, Africana studies and History, said beauty salons have a long tradition of functioning as political and cultural centers, even soap boxes, within the black community.
Analyzing Childish Gambino's powerful music video, "This is America"CBS News Network2018-05-09T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, visits the CBS News studios to discuss the multi-layered video, which she says is a meditation on American gun violence, greed and race. Fashion-wise, "he's a blend of Frederick Douglas and a shirtless Al Green."
UD Professor: Kanye a big letdownWSB-AM2018-05-03T04:00:00ZRadio show airs a clip from a recent appearance by Tanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, on CBS News. Ford talked about Kanye West's controversial remarks regarding slavery.
Kanye West under fire after saying slavery was a choiceCBS News Network2018-05-02T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, visits the CBS News studio for a seven-minute interview during which she discusses the hip-hop icon's controversial remarks.
How the hit series 'Scandal' changed televisionCBS News Network2018-04-20T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, takes part in a 10-minute in-studio interview to talk about the series finale of "Scandal."
'Scandal' leaves behind imprint on fans and American cultureWNYC-AM2018-04-20T04:00:00ZThe CBS show was more than a political drama, grappling with difficult issues such as sexual harassment, same-sex relationships and violence against the black community, said Tanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History.
The Episode That Captured the Best and Worst of ScandalThe Atlantic2018-04-19T04:00:00ZTanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, writes about the finale of "Scandal" and discusses the many difficult societal issues that the political drama touched on.

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