Posts tagged: Black Women - Diverse
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Transitioning to Urban Education

by Walter Hudson | September 27, 2018 After spending a decade at the University of Oklahoma, Dr. T. Elon Dancy II has joined the facu Read more

Three Black Alumnae Make History in Dartmouth Leadership

by | September 21, 2018
As Dartmouth College approaches its 250th anniversary next year in the midst of an unprecedente [...] Read more

The Metaphysical Dilemma: Academic Black Women

by Janelle L. Williams and Ayana Tyler Hardaway | September 20, 2018
Daughter, sister, wife, mother, these titles are typically attributed to women. Academic, resea [...] Read more

White Supremacy: Get Out the Way

by B. Nathan | August 31, 2018
Some might describe Ludacris’s (2001) song, "Move Bitch" as an anthem of fight, strength, and [...] Read more

Aretha Franklin: Entertainment Genius, Feminist and Social Activist

by | August 21, 2018
While not overtly political, Aretha Franklin was astute to the power of her platform and used h [...] Read more

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