The Radical Black Women of Harlem Walking Tour was researched by Asha Futterman with support from Mariame Kaba, with map design by Arrianna Planey, and publication design by Neta Bomani. This tour guide is designed for educational and organizing use by students, educators, and community members.
I did my first accompaniment to immigration court one morning a couple of weeks ago as a volunteer with the New Sanctuary Coalition. I can’t say anything about the particular case, but I can say some things about the experience in some random order of observations: First, there’s the sense of scale. Our group–family members of […]
News from the Center Celebrating 50 Years: Oral History and Archives This summer, BCRW Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Eve Marie Kausch ’18 participated in the 2019 Summer Oral History Institute organized by the Columbia Center for Oral History Research and the Columbia Journalism School. This year’s program was called “From the Margins to the Center: Narrating the Politics of […]
A particularly evil thing about racism is its ability to make Black women feel alone. For my whole life I’ve been taught that I’m alone, that I will be one of the first or one of the only, that Black people haven’t existed in the places that I exist, but it’s all a lie. There […]
Updates from the Social Justice Institute This spring, Interrupting Criminalization: Research in Action, an initiative organized by Mariame Kaba and Andrea J. Ritchie hosted a series of timely convenings aimed at shaping an agenda for interrupting, reducing, and ending criminalization, incarceration, and the deportation of women, girls, and trans and gender nonconforming people. In March of 2019, […]