The Status of Black Studies at Public Institutions After the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Academic Scandal

@article{Dawkins2021TheSO,
  title={The Status of Black Studies at Public Institutions After the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Academic Scandal},
  author={Marvin P. Dawkins and Jomills Henry Braddock II and Felecia Theune and Shelby Gilbert},
  journal={Journal of African American Studies},
  year={2021}
}

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