Women & Politics: Black Women Leading the Culture Discussion

Today we talk with two women who are leading the cultural discussions in the community and academia. Dawn Johnson, J.D., Ph.D.  Black Feminist Professor  Aspiring Leader in Black Feminist Thought, Culture, and Digital  Media Studies Dawn Johnson, J.D., Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor, in the GSWS Department. She is a social media enthusiast, feminist pedagogy researcher, and an aspiring educator from rural Virginia. She received her Ph.D. from VCU’s Media Art and Text, an interdisciplinary program, in May 2021. Dawn also obtained a certificate in Gender,  Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at VCU. Dawn has a background in English and law and policy with a … Continue reading Women & Politics: Black Women Leading the Culture Discussion

Women & Politics: Sharing our Platform for Racial Equity: Ep 2: Public Housing

For the next 6 weeks, Women & Politics is on a break and sharing our platform with Ebony Guy and her Racial Essays podcasts and interview series. You can find them at: https://richmondracialequityessays.com/podcast In this podcast, urban planner and diversity, … Continue reading Women & Politics: Sharing our Platform for Racial Equity: Ep 2: Public Housing

Women & Politics: The Politics of Environmentalism with Mary Finley-Brook

Today Sheri talks with Mary Finley-Brook, professor at University of Richmond and liaison with environmental justice movement to discuss the pipeline, environmental racism and how we need to turn the ride toward environmental disaster. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Follow our host and producer … Continue reading Women & Politics: The Politics of Environmentalism with Mary Finley-Brook