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

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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!

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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 […]