Columns | Exit Interviews
No One Should Have to Ignore Their Grief, Yet It’s Long Been Expected of People of Color

For our communities, those missing and murdered, caged and dying, are not distant examples, invisible, or forgotten. They are our family and friends.

May 18, 2020
Columns | Exit Interviews
Women of Color in Academia Often Work Harder for Less Respect

The racist assumption that women of color are hired as faculty because of our identities rather than our credentials can have a serious impact on our careers.

Feb 26, 2020
Columns | Exit Interviews
Hiring a Chief Diversity Officer Won’t Fix Your Racist Company Culture

Racial equity must be a top priority for everyone, incorporated into how a company hires, makes decisions, and approaches all of its objectives.

Jan 28, 2020
Columns | Exit Interviews
“Just a Waitress”: On Abuse Faced by Women of Color in the Restaurant Industry

Abuse and harassment within the restaurant industry is very much intertwined with other forms of racial and economic oppression and violence.

Dec 4, 2019
Places | Migrations
The Wailing

“There is no greater insult than to have your death ignored.”

May 11, 2016