Dr. Prentiss A. Dantzler

Quote of the Month:

May 2020

"Despite those features of being black in America that transcended space, place and time, southern transplants claimed the right to speak as different kinds of black folks, reared and raised according to different, and in this case southern, ways of knowing and being.

Zandria Robinson

Associate Professor

This Ain't Chicago: Race, Class and Regional Identity in the Post-Soul South

(2014)