Archive – January 2010
Wednesday and Thursday, March 3–4, 2010 Prospect House, with keynote address by Eric Nakamura and artist presentation by Yoshitomo Nara.
CAAS welcomes Van Jones, former adviser at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, who has been appointed distinguished visiting fellow in the Center for African American Studies and in the Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School.
The Chair of the Center for African American Studies, Eddie Glaude, Jr., introduces the redesigned website in this short video.
Faith Temple No. 2 Free Will Baptist Church has been a starting point for many of the paths in Wallace Best's life. Growing up in the Washington, D.C., area, the Princeton religion scholar first encountered the church as his childhood place of worship. The church inspired his desire to be a minister, which led him to Washington Bible College. When that dream ended, a graduate school paper on the history of the church spurred his passion for further study of African American religious