Musings For Today: On Returning to School, Being Transparent, The ILCA, Equity, and the Limitations of Inclusion

Posted 4 CommentsPosted in anthropology, education, racial diversity, Summits & Conferences, whiteness

Well, the summer has come to an end, and school starts in just a few days. What is in store for me? I will be honest when I say there are particular attitudes and challenges I face that remind me that Black women are not supposed to be in school. Because being present is a direct threat to the […]

Tune into the View From A Rack for Cultural Anthropology with Acquanda Stanford!

Posted Leave a commentPosted in anthropology, Black Feminist Anthropology, education, public speaking

I’m going to be on the Blog Talk Radio show, ‘View from a Rack’ next week! I’m really excited about it because I think the show — mostly about Black breastfeeding and mothering — is really awesome. It was really cool when I got invited  to participate as a guest, and, I’m so happy that I […]

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Acquanda + Women’s History Month + Wombanist Views Radio

Posted Leave a commentPosted in anthropology, Black Feminism, cle, Doula Progression, education, IBCLC, public speaking

If you missed the Wombanist Views Radio Show today, I’ve embedded it below. How awesome it was to be invited to be a guest during Women’s History Month, to discuss the “efforts in breastfeeding advocacy and the cultural implications and why it is an important health concern.” Whenever I’m involved in any type of public […]

Acquanda As Wombanist Views Radio ‘Feature Guest’ for Women’s History Month

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Black Feminism, public speaking

  I’ve been invited to be a feature guest on Wombanist Views for their Women’s History Month episode. Wombanist Views ‘is a radio program that is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women, who are doing positive and exciting things in their communities.’ I’ll be sharing information regarding (the culture, politics, inequities and reasons more […]

Benefits of Breastfeeding w/Queen Ifama and Sister Acquanda

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Black Feminism, public speaking

I was on the Queen Ifama show this past Sunday on Blog Talk Radio. The ‘Truth Terrorist’ invited me to be a guest to talk about breastfeeding, and introduce an initiative to support Black Feminism in breastfeeding. I had such a wonderful time talking about something I’m so passionate about. I love offering insights and ways to […]