Feminist Studies Alum Publishes On Being #BlackintheIvory

This curated collection of original personal narratives from Black scholars across the country seeks to continue the conversation that started with BlackintheIvory. Put together, the stories reveal how racism eats its way through higher education, how academia systemically ejects Black scholars in overt and covert ways, and how academic institutions—and their individual members—might make lasting change. While anti-Black racism in academia is a behemoth with many entry points to the conversation, this book marshals a diverse group of Black voices to bring to light what for too long has been hidden in the shadow of the ivory tower.

It officially releases on February 27th, but youcan pre-order now via various sellers (links available at www.BlackintheIvory.net).
1st official bookstore event on March 2nd @5pm at Politics & Prose Bookstore (Union Market) in Washington DC.
Being #BlackintheIvory Book