Celeste Day Moore.
Assistant Professor of History Celeste Day Moore published an article, “Producing a ‘Black World’: William Greaves, Black Journal, and the Creation of a New Medium of Black Internationalism, 1968-1970,” in a special issue of the Journal of African American History, in November. It is the oldest and leading scholarly publication in the field of African American history.

The special issue, which focuses on the history of Black internationalism, was co-edited by Keisha Blain and Quito Swan. Moore’s contribution examined filmmaker William Greaves' role in developing the global vision of the public affairs program Black Journal  in the late 1960s.

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