Hemostasis – #BLM Guest Post by Tanisha Clark

Today’s post is by Tanisha Clark. Tanisha Clark is pursuing her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Tanisha has an interest in pediatric psychology, specifically the assessment and treatment of children with development disabilities. … Continue reading

Misogynoir and Other Racist Aggressions in the Ivory Tower: An Open Letter – #BLM Guest Post

Muna-Udbi Ali is an Assistant Professor of Sociology & Criminology and Justice Studies at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM). Before joining CSUSM, Ali worked as a Visiting Faculty in Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology (SSWA) at Christopher Newport University. … Continue reading

Higher Ed, Complicity and Callousness Toward Black Death – #BLM Guest Post

[We continue to solicit #BLM guest posts. We pay $150 for accepted posts. 1000 words ballpark; profanity welcome. Please send a draft or query/pitch to Karen at gettenure@gmail.com] M. Yvonne Taylor is a doctoral student in higher educational leadership at … Continue reading

Intersectional Guilt and Unapologetic Blackness – #BLM Guest Post

[We continue to solicit #BLM guest posts. We pay $150 for accepted posts. 1000 words ballpark; profanity welcome. Poetry/Art/Video/Song welcome. Please send a draft or query/pitch to Karen at gettenure@gmail.com] Lorraine Scott (she/her/hers) is a proud DC native and 2nd … Continue reading

Living Uncomfortably Comfortable- #BLM Guest Post (Podcast)

[We continue to solicit #BLM guest posts. We pay $150 for accepted posts. 1000 words ballpark; profanity welcome. Poetry/Art/Video/Song welcome. Please send a draft or query/pitch to Karen at gettenure@gmail.com] ~~~~~ Ms. Alexandra Hughes, M. Ed., is the current Assistant … Continue reading

for colored folks who have considered suicide when cookies and academia were not enough – #BLM Guest Post

Les Gray is a recent PhD graduate from University of Maryland College Park in Theatre and Performance Studies. Their research focuses on Black cultural production and its relationship to trauma and terror ranging from blues dancing to police brutality videos. … Continue reading