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Multicultural Studies Division

The Multicultural Studies Division was founded to provide a specific forum for addressing concerns of the relationship between traditionally underrepresented groups – especially racial and ethnic groups (i.e., African, Hispanic, Asian and Native American (ANANA) – and the electronic media. The division also provides a forum for discussion of issues and presentation of research on issues of portrayal, employment and entrepreneurship and the academy’s response to teaching these issues. Their goals are to increase the level of awareness of the contributions and concerns of AHANA members and other traditionally underrepresented groups; to encourage more research on topics related to AHANA members and other traditionally underrepresented groups; and to encourage electronic media curricular acknowledgment of the contributions and concerns of AHANA members and other traditionally underrepresented groups.

 

Division Bylaws 

Leadership

Chair: Victor D. Evans
Seattle University
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Vice Chair: Patricia F. Sanders
University of North Alabama

Paper Chair: Jennifer Woodard
Middle Tennessee State University

Communications Chair: Philip Powell
Trinity Christian College