Evan Wade

Academic Historian

Evan Wade is a professor of history at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, California where teaches courses in African American History, United States History and World History. His specialty is in 20th century United States History and the African Diaspora with a focus on Black Nationalism. His research project explores the Garvey Movement in the State of Connecticut. He is a graduate of both the University of Connecticut and Morehouse College.

Antananarivo, Madagascar (1600s- )

“Image Ownership: Public Domain” Antananarivo (formerly known as “Analamanga” and “Tananarive”) is the capital of the Republic of Madagascar and its largest city. It is located on a high plateau overlooking the Ikopa and Besiboka Rivers.  In the southern part of the city lay Lake … Read MoreAntananarivo, Madagascar (1600s- )

Harare, Zimbabwe (1890- )

“Image Ownership: Public Domain” Harare (formerly known as “Fort Salisbury” or “Salisbury”) is the largest city in Zimbabwe with a population of 1.6 million. It serves as Zimbabwe’s seat of government and Zimbabwe’s commercial and industrial center.  The city is located in Northern Zimbabwe in … Read MoreHarare, Zimbabwe (1890- )