The Anna Julia Cooper Center co-sponsored Wake Forest University’s sixth annual student symposium on gender and sexuality with the theme “Feminist Solidarities: Challenging Systems of Oppression and Privilege”.
“#SayHerName does what mainstream media should do for black transgender and cisgender women victims of state violence: document the brutality they experience and show that their lives matter.”
On September 26, 2016 at 4:30 PM, Anna Julia Cooper Center Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science Dr. Jaira Harrington will deliver the public lecture “Served and Protected: Brazilian Black Women and State Violence.” Her lecture will be held in DeTamble Auditorium in Tribble Hall. The lecture is a part of the Wake Forest University Women’s, Gender, …
Anna Julia Cooper Center Postdoctoral Fellow in Politics & International Affairs Jaira Harrington has published a book chapter in the edited volume Race and the Politics of Knowledge Production: Diaspora and Black Transnational Scholarship in the USA and Brazil. Harrington’s chapter is entitled “Guess Who’s Coming to Research? Reflections on Race, Class, Gender, and Power …
The Anna Julia Cooper Center at Wake Forest University invites proposals for a national conference focused on the lives of women and girls of color.
AJC Center Research Fellows Sarah Rudasill and Suvra Mostafa were accepted to present at the 30th anniversary National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Anna Julia Cooper Center Research Intern and junior psychology major Chizoba Ukairo was name one of Wake Forest University’s 2016 Martin Luther King “Building the Dream” award winners.
On November 14, Bennett College junior and AJC Center Research Fellow Jaiza Wesley gave an oral presentation of her research proposal and experimental design at the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium at High Point University. Jaiza’s presentation was titled “Does the Gender/Sexual Orientation of the Perpetrator and the Type of Retaliation …
Anna Julia Cooper Center Postdoctoral Fellow in Politics & International Affairs Jaira Harrington has published a co-authored book chapter in the edited volume Towards a Global History of Domestic and Caregiving Workers. Harrington’s chapter is entitled “Ties that Bind: Localizing the Occupational Motivations that Drive Non-Union Affiliated Domestic Workers in Salvador, Brazil.” The chapter is …