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Dr. Adrienne Keene 14 Aug 17
Syllabus building. (coffee at 9:30 kinda night ☕️)
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Nicholas R. Jones 18 Jul 18
My new edited collection with two formidable and lovely colleagues, along with a brilliant assortment of essays. Stay tuned! Book out this Fall. 😁😊
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Helen Zille 15 Jun 18
Time to call out the commentariat for "dolus eventualis". Instead of spotting and exposing trends, they become enthusiastic cheerleaders for the worst populism -- as again now with . You will re-write this piece in a few years. Same story, new theme.
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Dr Nadena Doharty Oct 21
My article ‘The ‘angry Black woman’ as intellectual bondage: being strategically emotional on the academic plantation’ has been published today in Race Ethnicity and Education:
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Joelle Atere-Roberts Jun 20
Following the OUTSTANDING symposium on integrating into epidemiology research. Arguably, the best symposium of . I’m so lucky to surrounded my these fantastic black scholars.
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Dr Nadena Doharty 12 Jan 18
I'm published in Race Ethnicity and Education! 50 free e-prints please download and cite black women! Racial microaggressions and the schooling of Black children available here
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Joshua Sealy-Harrington Sep 11
The debate is a moment in Canada. Despite its pseudo-repeal, the discourse was revealing: 1) It’s exposed that many doubt racism. 2) It’s exposed the degree of racial apathy many have. If annual self-drafted reflections are too much, what’s too little?
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH 9 Aug 18
Talking abt racism is hard & necessary. Our paper describes what happens 1st when u Center at the Margins and let Black Women lead and what happens when white, health equity committed folks join the effort.
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Dr Marlene Longbottom 21 Jun 18
Underpinning theoretical perspectives, race literature is limited in Australia. I engage with Black American and Indigenous literature from the US. Specifically &
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Dr. Zinzi Bailey Jun 20
Still riding on the adrenaline of our panel on incorporating critical race theory into epidemiology at ! Standing room only!
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Eddie Bruce-Jones 8 Jan 18
CfP: Two-Day Symposium 'Policing Race, Gender and Mental Health'. The call invites legal and interdisciplinary perspectives. Supported by the & Birkbeck College, 9th and 10th April 2018
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Uché Blackstock, MD Jun 5
A must-read article for all medical students and physicians. Further discussion about why need to think critically about race and racism in medicine.
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MisTÂûght Sep 2
A bit of light reading by . "The White Space" is a fascinating paper I'm using in an assignment about in schools, & their need to mask in white spaces. Black & Brown people need to be reading up on &
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xochizin Sep 18
In a meeting with a Chicanx colleague re: pedagogy, " Sure suffering, violence and whatever, happened to INDIANS, but that was 500 years ago! ... let's just be practical..." --- me: 😬
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Extraterrestrial Invitation ✊🏾👩🏾‍🚀👸🏾 Aug 3
A student in a PhD program at Grand Canyon University was told by her dissertation advisor that the SCHOOL's policy is that students CANNOT employ . Is the advisor lying? Because that's a whole field of study used all the time...🤔 Cc:
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SER Jul 24
Replying to @societyforepi
While similar to the U.S. in many ways, Brazil has a much more complex system of racialization based on a skin color continuum. Thus as a researcher, I could not transpose my ideas about race in the U.S. to Brazil. A lesson from 3/n
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Krista Grensavitch 25 Oct 18
A potential of pedagogical partnerships: creating epistemic justice. But first - we must interrogate our social locations.
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Dr. Everett Piper Feb 21
Liberals don’t care about “truth.” Any deception that gives them more power is “true.” ⁦
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DIG: A History Podcast 18 Jun 17
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NCTECCCCLatinxCaucus 1 Nov 18
One of our own was published in the new issue of Peitho! Check out Aja Y. Martinez's essay, "The Responsibility of Privilege: A Critical Race Counterstory Conversation."
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