The Future of Archaeology Starts Here
Advancing Careers. Advancing Understanding.
Aaron Douglas, “An Idyll of the Deep South,” 1934
For Academic Excellence and Social Responsibility.
Since 2011 A 501C3 Nonprofit Organization
Advocating to ensure proper treatment of African and African Diaspora material culture, promote more people of African descent to enter the field of archaeology, ensure community collaborations, raise and address concerns related to African peoples worldwide, and highlights the past and present achievements and contributions people of African descent have made to the field of archaeology.
Archaeology in the Time of Black Lives Matter
Two weeks after the initial panel, 60 attendees gathered for a workshop geared towards creating a resource guide that would rest as the foundation of an an anti-racist archaeological praxis.
Strength in Numbers
A Vibrant, Global Community of Peers
Join SBA and join a cadre of scholars around the globe as we form a community of similar yet diverse student and professional archaeologists grappling with the challenges of preserving heritage, sharing insight, and molding a new, more equitable, and just future for archaeology and the world.
Where Black Archaeology Is Happening Now
Stories of Archaeology While Black
An Oral History Series
In this interview Dr. George Abungu describes his education at the University of Nairobi and…
At the Society for Historical Archaeology conference in Quebec, Canada, Dr. Ayana Flewellen sat down…
Dr. Peggy Brunache is a lecturer at Dundee University, culinary consultant and has done numerous…
Black Archeologists in the Media
News with, by, or about SBA Members
Your Attention Please: Season 2, Episode 3
Hosted by Craig Robinson, this series introduces us to Black innovators and creators who are …
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