As we end the month of celebrating our history, let us also remind ourselves of how favored we are to be clothed in such resilient, Black beautiful skin. Check out the 5 minute meditation and feel free to share with anyone who might need a short reminder of their own.
Black in BioAnth Week is the first week of February. Tisa Loewen discusses the development of the Black Bio Anthropologist Citation List and the launch of Black In BioAnth Week!
This international call for nominations is designed to highlight and recognize journals that purposefully advance research and scholarship dedicated to Black experiences or written by Black scholars.
This MLK Day, we invite Black scholars to Protect Your Energy. Inspired by Eso Tolson, a gifted artist who creates "projects to uplift, inspire, and celebrate people".
Dr. Sabrina T. Cherry is an Assistant Professor and Public Health Faculty Mentor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
"Sweeter the Juice" is a YouTube series by Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman that celebrates Black experiences around the world
Originating from the nineteenth-century world fairs and expositions that exhibited living non-European people and their cultural objects as spectacles and sources of curiosity for a white European gaze, the modern-day museum’s antecedents in coloniality continue to lay bare their legacies. Museums still display looted cultural objects without transparency.
As academics, we transform the Academy by demolishing the vision of what an academic is and isn’t—the roles themselves—and realize that anyone who doesn’t fit the mold still belongs.