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Andra Gillespie, Pearl Dowe
Andrea Benjamin, Sydney L. Carr
During the 2018 House of Representatives elections, the United States saw a larger influx of minority candidates than elections in recent years. Many of these candidates were non-incumbents who ran successful campaigns against long-standing ...
Natasha Altema McNeely
The local political implication of Black maternal mortality raises questions about the extent to which city leaders, especially Black females, can influence policies to improve outcomes for Black expectant mothers. The case of Mayor Muriel Bowser, ...
Najja K. Baptist
Black Art, namely Black music, embodies the most influential and ubiquitous political socialization agent among average citizens. As Walton (1985) contends, the “African American political socialization was different from that of whites and that the ...

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National Review of Black Politics (NRBP) is a refereed, international, and interdisciplinary quarterly journal of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, continuing the scholarly legacy of National Political Science Review, which had been published continually from 1989-2019. NRBP publishes exceptional quality scholarship related to the experiences of African-Americans in the American political community, the African diaspora in the Western Hemisphere, and on questions of black politics and the politics of race-making globally. It focuses on the international links between African-Americans and the larger community of nations, particularly with Africa. 

ISSN: 2688-0105 eISSN: 2688-0113

Published:  Quarterly January, April, July and October

Editors: Pearl K. Dowe and Andra Gillespie, Emory University 


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