The Society of Black Archaeologists

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SBA works to increase the number of professionally trained archaeologists of African descent through the promotion of social responsibility, academic excellence and the creation of spaces that foster the SBA’s goals and activities.

Your support goes towards SBA funding grants for students of color to attend conferences and archaeology field schools. From our oral history collection, we have learned that one of the top inhibitors for students of color entering the field of archaeology is due the financial cost to attend archaeology field school, where on the ground training takes place, and the cost to participate in academic conferences. SBA wants to change that by providing funding for students to gain the necessary training and experiences to be successful in the field. 100% of every donation goes toward SBA programming.

 
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Dr. Alicia Odewale, assistant professor at the Tulsa University, and Jewel Humphrey, undergraduate student from Howard University excavating at the Estate Little Princess.

Dr. Alicia Odewale, assistant professor at the Tulsa University, and Jewel Humphrey, undergraduate student from Howard University excavating at the Estate Little Princess.

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