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Nadia E. Brown
Purdue University Assoc Professor Political Science & African American Studies/ Jersey Girl/ Delta/ Wife/Mama &Lover of Jesus/Author: Sisters in the Statehouse
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 19
Pregnancy is all good when you're in the 2nd trimester. This 3rd trimester doe. Let me tell ya
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 19
Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition of your amazingness !
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 19
Powerful Op-Ed b Meredith Watson Opinion | I’m willing to testify in public. Justin Fairfax should, too.
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Cite Black Women. Feb 14
Did you know that friendship is one of the most important ingredients for black women’s organization and writing? Listen to ⁦⁩ talk about this and her for reading in our latest podcast.
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UniversityofLaVerne Feb 15
Please join us Feb 21 as we continue to celebrate with . Dr. Abdullah is Professor and Chair of Pan-African Studies at and is a recognized expert on race, gender, class, and social movements. Register here:
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 15
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 14
Check out my latest co-authored publication - , sexual harassment: an article, a forum, and a dream for the future
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womenalsoknowstuff Feb 13
Roses are red, flowers are blue, promoting women experts is easy with followers like you! 💕 Happy Galentines friends!
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
Wish that I had more time to entertain during the semester. I love getting my girls together with other Black kiddos (and because we live in Indiana, it's not as often as we'd like)
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
The menu will consist of a variety of classic soul food options, just vegan and/or vegetarian. Of course
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
For the adults, we're playing "Guess who I am?" - modified drinking game since I'm super pregnant - of famous Blacks. Instead of taking a shot for every wrong answer you'll have to do some ridiculous dare that 1-4 year olds come up with
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
Then, I get to pull out of all our board books on famous Blacks and let the kids to reenact their favorite part of the story
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
Excited to have them play Red Light/Green light - an ode to Garrett Morgan. We're also making little 3 signal traffic lights out of graham crackers, m&ms, chocolate frosting for dessert
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
Rather than finish my class prep for tomorrow, I'm planning a Black History Month-themed party for my toddler & preschooler's friends at our house on Sunday.
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Julie Carey Feb 12
Prof. Vanessa Tyson, who accuses Va. Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sex assault, is introduced at a panel discussion at called “Betrayal & Courage in the Age of Me Too.” She was booked to speak months ago
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
In case you're interested. I'm teaching "It was like All of Us Had Been Raped": Sexual Violence, Community Mobilization and the African American Freedom Struggle for tomorrow's class Before
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
Prepping for my Black women in politics class tomorrow & just realized that I assigned Danielle McGuire's work on Black women, rape, & the American social order. SO, happy to my students! Oh, the irony...
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
In her own words: “The hardest part of this whole dynamic is that you’re made to feel alone, you’re isolated,’’ But she's NOT alone. Behind every Black woman is a team of Black women who yell from the sidelines "go head, sis!"
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Nadia E. Brown Feb 13
Bravery and courageous are two words that most closely define at last night's Stanford Symposium on sexual violence and the movement: She's the real MVP
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