Denise Oliver-Velez is currently an Adjunct Professor of Anthropology
and Women’s Studies at SUNY New Paltz, where she teaches courses that
explore the anthropology of Africa and the Caribbean, including a
special course for the Women’s Studies Program focusing on the women of the Caribbean.
She is a consultant ethnographer and data analyst for AIDS research
projects, an HIV/AIDS activist, is a priestess of Yemaya in the Lukumi Yoruba faith, and hosts an online forum for African diasporic
genealogical research at AfriGeneas.
She was the Executive Director of The Black Filmmaker Foundation, Program Director of WNYC-TV, Program Director and co-founder of WPFW-FM Pacifica radio, and a Grants Manager for the Minority and Women’s Training Grant Program of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). She is also a former member of The Young Lords Party (YLP), serving as their Minister of Economic Development and the first woman on their Central Committee, and is a former member of The Black Panther Party.
We are pleased to have Ms. Oliver-Velez on our show live tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific.
Ms. Oliver-Velez will be sharing with us about various subjects including one of her recent articles, “The fear of young black men”
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