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    Dr. Samuel Livingston Discuss AP African American Bans Live on Scripps NEws

    May 23, 2024

    In a news clip captured from Scripps News, Dr. Samuel Livingston, associate professor of Africana Studies, delves into the contentious issue of banning Advanced Placement (AP) African American Studies courses in certain states. Dr. Livingston provides a critical analysis of the implications of these bans, shedding light on the broader cultural and educational impacts on students and communities. His expert commentary navigates the intersection of education, politics, and racial justice, offering viewers a comprehensive understanding of the stakes involved in the ongoing debate.

     

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