Posts tagged: Black Women - Diverse

Sisters, Other-Mothers and Aunties: The Importance of Informal Mentors for Black Women Graduate Students at Predominantly White Institutions

by Torrie A. Cropps & Levon T. Esters | July 10, 2018 Mentoring is paramount to the success of Black women pursuing graduate degrees. Unfortunately, Read more

Campus Child Care Critical in Raising Single Mothers’ Graduation Rates

by Pearl Stewart | June 6, 2018
Access to campus child care is a key factor in determining if single mothers in college will gr [...] Read more

Writing Groups as Counterspaces for Black Women Graduate Students at PWIs

by Torrie A. Cropps | June 2, 2018
It is no secret that Black women graduate students are severely underrepresented at Predominant [...] Read more

New Book Explores Unsung Black Women Freedom Fighters

by Pearl Stewart | May 15, 2018
The title of Dr. Keisha Blain's critically acclaimed new book about Black nationalist women may [...] Read more

Predominantly White Institutions, Black Women Grad Students and a Sense of Belonging

by Torrie A. Cropps | May 1, 2018
While predominantly White institutions should make deliberate efforts to address issues of a la [...] Read more

HBCUs Aid the Rise of Black Women

by N. Joyce Payne | April 15, 2018
In exploring issues of gender equity for Black women, the role of HBCUs and their impact across [...] Read more

Need for Research that Centers on Female Experiences at HBCUs

by Abigail Shepherd | April 11, 2016
Historical accounts of HBCUs often exclude the stories of Black women at these institutions and [...] Read more