Anti-Black racism has been a focus of some faculty members, which has benefited all members of the university community. This group of faculty have internationalized research on race and other intersectional research on inequities. Faculty have led the university through engagement in training and transformative experiences to incorporate anti-racism within the pedagogy of the classroom.
We are highlighting a few efforts that showcase faculty intentional actions to focus on anti-racism within their curriculum and their research.
|Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett||View Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett's Research and PRADAA Lab|
|Dr. Na’Tasha Evans||View Dr. Na’Tasha Evans' Research|
|Dr. Janice Byrd||View Dr. Janice Byrd's Research|
|Dr. Amoaba Gooden||View Dr. Amoaba Gooden's Research|
|Dr. Liz Piatt||View Dr. Liz Piatt's Research|
|Dr. Carla Goar||View Dr. Carla Goar's Research|
|Dr. Kamesha Spates||View Dr. Kamesha Spates' Research|
|Dr. Kizzy Albritton||View Dr. Kizzy Albritton's Research|
|Dr. Sonya Irving||View Dr. Sonya Irving's Research|
|Gregory King||View Gregory King's Research|
|Dr. Felix Kumah-Abiwu||View Dr. Felix Kumah-Abiwu's Research|
|Dr. Mupinga Davison||View Dr. Mupinga Davison's Research|
|Dr. Babacar M’Baye||View Dr. Babacar M’Baye's Research|
|Mwatabu Okantah||View Mwatabu Okantah's Research|