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Asukile, Thabiti

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Thabiti Asukile received his B.A. in Africana Studies at Cal-State Dominguez in 1995; M.A. in African-African Studies from Temple University in 1998; African American Studies Summer Institute UCLA 200: and his Ph.D. in American History from University of California-Berkeley in 2007. His historical and biographical interests are varied but they include African History; African American History; African Diaspora History; African American Intellectual History; African American Music history; and World Biography. He is currently working on three different biographies projects that include prominent historians such as: J. A. Rogers (1880-1966); Arturo Schomburg (1874-1938), and Walter Rodney (1942-1980).  
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