For the past 18 plus years, I’ve spent my time (academic) studying public policy and the intersection with Black womanhood. I study social images and scripts and their functioning in the response to social/political/economic/health issues affecting, disproportionately, Black women.
But I want to take what I was “talking” about in my research out of primarily academic spaces. I seek to create a space for liberation; a place where Black women can come to not just survive but to thrive. Thus, I include the following blogs: Sapphire Unbound , and Ida’s Ink.
I am a Black feminist whose goal, academic and non, is to help create space for critical thinking and action.