Dr. Kern Jackson and Researchers at South are Involved in Ongoing Projects Related to the Clotilda
Posted on June 23, 2020 by Laura Vrana
A new Africatown Heritage House facility is being planned to house artifacts from the Clotilda, the recently rediscovered last ship to bring captive Africans into slavery in the United States just before the Civil War began. Dr. Kern Jackson, director of the African American Studies program, and many other researchers at the University of South Alabama are involved in ongoing projects related to the Clotilde. Learn more: https://www.al.com/life/2020/03/new-facility-to-house-clotilda-artifacts-in-africatown.html.
South Social Justice Awards AnnouncedThe University of South Alabama has announced the recipients of the fi...
January 8, 2021
Alabama's Black Belt BluesUniversity of South Alabama Assistant Professor Dr. Kern Jackson will ...
October 20, 2020