The National Review of Black Politics (NRBP) is a refereed, international, and interdisciplinary journal of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists. It continues the scholarly legacy of the National Political Science Review, which was published continually from 1989–2019. Its editions appear four times per year and comprise the highest 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 also focuses on the international links between African-Americans and the larger community of nations, particularly Africa. Among the more common areas of research which the NRBP considers for publication are articles typically associated with field of Black politics. This includes political behavior and attitudes; political theory, the history of and material...

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