Posts tagged: Feminism - Diverse

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“Spirit-Murdering in Academia”

by | February 26, 2020 Let me be clear. There is a long history of the ideas by women of color scholars being co-opted Read more

Acclaimed Author Paule Marshall Remembered By Scholars

by | August 16, 2019
Acclaimed author Paule Marshall, whose writings often reflected on her own heritage, the comple [...] Read more

What Beyoncé Can Teach Us About Race, Identity and Social Justice

by Lynn Hampton | July 11, 2019
In higher education, we talk a lot about diversity, but all too often students, faculty and sta [...] Read more

On Our Path, Me and My Libby

by Aja Y. Martinez | April 15, 2019
I was 18 and a first-year student in college when I found out I was pregnant. I was 19 and just [...] Read more

‘Mascu’sectionality: Theorizing an Alternative Framework for Black Males

by | January 15, 2019
The theorizing and theoretical frameworks speaking to the male experience, particularly the Bla [...] Read more

Returning to her Rural Roots: bell hooks

by | October 31, 2018
On a Friday morning late last spring, bell hooks was sitting comfortably on a couch perfectly s [...] Read more

Feminism, Womanism and Election 2018

by | October 12, 2018
As we stand a month away from the midterm elections, we do so as a record number of women of co [...] Read more

Civil Rights Activist to Speak at Shenandoah University

by | September 6, 2018
On Monday, Sept. 10 American feminist, leader and civil rights activist, Dolores Huerta will ho [...] 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

Scholars: At its Core, Feminism Universal

by Steven Gaither | February 20, 2017
Black transnational feminisms simply means understanding the ways in which Black women across n [...] Read more