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Reply-To: Itibari M. Zulu <email@example.com> To: H-Africa@h-net.msu.edu <H-Africa@h-net.msu.edu> Greetings: The Journal of Pan African Studiesis pleased to announce its March 2013 edition featuring 10 articles, commentaries, and an interview. The topics include global capitalism and African underdevelopment, Afro-Jamaican migration to Cuba and Panama, racism in the Dominican newspapers, hip hop music and sexism in Nigeria, sexual stereotypes and African American women, youth in Ghana, Du Bosian Pan Africanism, the development of African American young men, and an assessment of the murder of Steve Biko. The journal can be accessed at www.jpanafrican.com at no cost. Itibari M. Zulu, Th.D. Senior Editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies