Yearly Archives: 2014

ABA Stages Protest and Issues Statement Condemning Police Violence and Anti-Black Practices

  ABA Statement Against Police Violence and Anti-Black Practices The Association of Black Anthropologists condemns, in no uncertain terms, the ongoing terrorism waged against Black U.S. communities by the state, police, and White vigilantes. We condemn the executions of our … > Continue reading

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ABA at the 2014 AAA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

For more information on the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Anthropologists to be held in Washington, D.C., visit the AAA general information page. Specific ABA conference events will be posted soon.

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ABA Statement on The Dominican Republic

The Association of Black Anthropologists (ABA) condemns the recent ruling by the Dominican Republic’s Constitutional Court on September 23, 2013 (Ruling 0168-13), which has created a volatile human rights crisis in the Dominican Republic. As other outraged organizations like Amnesty … > Continue reading

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Focus on Haiti

It has been two years since a 7.0 earthquake devastated parts of Haiti. This natural disaster has claimed over 300,000 lives and left more than a half a million homeless. Additionally, Haitians are suffering from a cholera outbreak which has claimed thousands of lives and overall slow recovery from the earthquake. > Continue reading

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