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Artists In Residency

Posted by Jeneba Project on Monday, March 11, 2019, In : Articles 
I am one of this year's Africa Center Artists in Residency. I will use this opportunity to work on a new manuscript reexamining the Sierra Leone Hut Tax War. I am delighted and looking forward this process. I also look forward to spending some time in Brazil, looking at the history of people of African descent there. 

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