The Oberlin Review

L. Joshua Jackson
Joshua (he/him) is a second-year from Cleveland, Ohio, majoring in Afrikana Studies with an Arts concentration at Oberlin College. He is dedicated to artistic expression as an access point to empathizing with cultures, genders, sexualities, and languages outside of our personal comprehension. Particularly, he uses the discipline of Afrikana Studies to convey the emotions, trauma, and stories that influence our times. He spends his days in good conversation, musical or theatrical creation, and admiration of Pan-Afrikanism.

L. Joshua Jackson, Arts and Culture Editor

Dec 04, 2020
One Generation to The Next: Justin Emeka Talks Black Artistry, Facilitates Dialogue in Theater Spaces (Story)
Nov 13, 2020
Students Plan for the Next Four Years of Activism (Story)
Nov 13, 2020
Afrikan-American Genealogy Group Bridges Gaps Between Community and Students (Story)
Nov 11, 2020
Dance Dialogue Series Aims to Create Healing Spaces (Story)
Oct 30, 2020
“Playwrighting and Performance in the Time of the Black Lives Matter Movement” Creates Community Among Students (Story)
Oct 09, 2020
Soul Session Verzuz Retains Community Through Virtual Performance (Story)
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