When Obtaining Tenure, Black Women Have Never Been Underqualified, But Have Always Been Overlooked

Iesha R. Jackson August 12, 2022·5 min read Iesha R. Jackson  © Provided by BlavityWhen Obtaining Tenure, Black Women Have Never Been Underqualified, But Have Always Been Overlooked Audre Lorde said, “Black women have on one hand always been highly visible, and so, on the other hand, have been rendered invisible through the depersonalization of racism.” … Continue reading When Obtaining Tenure, Black Women Have Never Been Underqualified, But Have Always Been Overlooked

Young Black Women Share “Pet To Threat” Experiences At Work

This academic year, Misogynoir to Mishpat (M2M) is engaging with many topics, but has a particular interest in Mentorship. If you are a doctoral candidate, early career researcher, assistant professor or even an assistant pastor, you are a primary focus this year for M2M. We would like you to weigh in and share your journey. … Continue reading Young Black Women Share “Pet To Threat” Experiences At Work