Posts tagged: Intersectionality - Diverse

‘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

How Researchers of Color are Left out of the Gun Violence Conversation in Media and Academia

by Joseph Richardson Jr. | December 20, 2018
Although the frequency of mass shootings has increased, and the constant media coverage makes i [...] Read more

He Said, He Said: Black Male Cross-Generational Conversations on Black Masculinity, Resources, Family Influence and Career and Future Success

by | November 6, 2018
This blog (Part 2), is the second installment of the He Said, He Said discussion that we initia [...] 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

Study: No Clear Definition On Who is a First-Generation Student

| October 3, 2018
Higher education institutions have made strides in identifying and assisting first-generation s [...] Read more

Review: Volume Explores Diversity of Black Intellectual Thought

by Nyasha Junior | February 13, 2018
Black Americans are frequently regarded as a monolithic group that thinks, votes and worships t [...] Read more