Stories about Africana Studies

Hannah-Jones, who won a Pulitzer Prize for the project, spoke at Lehigh Tuesday.

Valerie Jones Taylor has been awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to demonstrate the effectiveness of virtual reality as a training tool to improve interracial interactions and aid in diversifying the STEM pipeline.

The new director of the Africana Studies program in the College of Arts and Sciences shares her vision for the program and her hopes for the future.

Jones brings a wealth of experience to Lehigh.

Yaa W founder Diana Wilson delivers keynote on ‘Women, Technology and Entrepreneurship.’

A graduate student mixes entrepreneurship with permaculture in West Africa.

A professor of history, Scott was the first director of Africana Studies at Lehigh.

The author and TV host calls on America to make good on its promise.

An open forum welcomes discussion on protest and policing in the United States. 

The PBS talk show host is a philanthropist and author of 29 books.