Anthology of Black Females Attending/Teaching at a Top 50 Predominantly White USA Institutions
Black female narratives/essays needed for an anthology that focuses on black identified females attending/teaching or have attended/taught at a Top 50 PWI who have narratives or critical essays about: being a person with a physical handicap, navigating through racism, homophobia, and/or sexism. Topics can include but aren't limited to:
1. White privilege
2. Experiencing "Tokenism"
4. Experiencing that you're intellectual capability is/was always questioned by male or White students and faculty.
7. Being a Black woman who was born and raised outside of USA and experiences USA-Centric biased comments/practices from US Nationals.
8. Using black female writer's works as a support base to make it through college (bell hooks, June Jordan, Angela Davis, etc).
Please send your essays and narratives via postal mail or email as a Microsoft Word or Appleworks document. Please send up to 20 pp, double spaced with 1 inch margins. Please send a short bio about yourself as well.
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