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Flow Yoga with Quazzy

Monday, May 13, 2:00–3:00 pm Quazzy is an open-level Vinyasa and Hot Yoga Instructor, returning to Tasha Yoga for the second time, with a unique and diverse background. Quazzy has a passion for helping others and has high vibration energy and mellow mannerisms, which provides an easy going… Continue reading »

Afro-Diasporic Environmentalism Series, Fall 2018

Nkisis, Orixás and Ancestors: A Symposium “Nkisis, Orixás and Ancestors: The Role of Religion, Creativity and Environmental Ethics in the Afro-Atlantic Diaspora”  A Symposium Curated by Rachel Harding, Sterling Brown ‘22 Visiting Professor in Africana Studies  EVENTS: "Afro-Brazilian Religion and Environmental… Continue reading »

NO! The Rape Documentary

NO! The Rape Documentary is a Ford Foundation-funded, award-winning, internationally acclaimed film that addresses the international atrocity of heterosexual rape and other forms of sexual violence through the experiences of Black people in the United States. NO! also examines how rape is used as a weapon of homophobia. Continue reading »

Rashida Braggs Wins Berger-Carter Jazz Research Award

Rashida K. Braggs, assistant professor of Africana Studies, has received a grant from the Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) to continue her research on jazz. Braggs received the grant for her new research titled In the Shadow of Josephine: Migrating Jazz Women Negotiate Racial and National Identity.The… Continue reading »