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Gendered racism : the lived experiences of black undergraduate women at an HPWI : microaggressions, space and culture
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
interviewed 25 Black undergraduate women who attended a state-flagship university in the Mid-Southern region of the US. I also conducted ethnographic fieldwork by shadowing 5-8 different participants from June of 2015 to January 2017 on campus and off campus...
Black women's narratives of resilience through vicarious incarceration and reintegration
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
Systemic racism has resulted in the disproportionate imprisonment of Black people. With Black men constituting a large percentage of incarcerated bodies, many Black women (44 [percent])--mothers, wives, sisters, etc.--will ...
"Marijuana Moms" : the collective work of negotiating individual and group identity in the age of cannabis legalization
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
This research is the result of a qualitative study that explored the ways in which marijuana using mothers come to identify as such and how they structure their relationships and parenting as a result. The experiences of ...