CFP All Black Lives Matter (please share with students as well as colleagues in other fields)

Scope: This is a call for papers for a special issue of Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER. This is an interdisciplinary journal, open-access journal. 

We welcome research, personal reflections, creative work, teaching strategies, and student voices (please encourage students to submit strong work they may have completed this semester!). Work which speaks to lived experiences and critically constructed conceptions of All Black Lives will be considered for publication. Please log in to the UDP website to submit your work by December 15th, 2020 (If you can submit something not long after than deadline, please email the special issue editors to request an extension) This special issue intends to address the diversity of those who identify as Black and honor additional lived experiences and social identities. In the words of Aurdre Lorde, “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.”
 

Currently accepting submissions for the special issue, as well as other issues, at: Understanding and Dismantling Privilege journal. Reviewers also needed!
 
Special Issue editors:
 
 
Emily Affolter: eaffolter@prescott.edu
 
Marguerite Penick-Parks: parks@uwosh.edu
 
 
 
thank you and take good care,
Abby
 
 
 
 

Abby L. Ferber

She/Her

Professor of Sociology, and Women’s and Ethnic Studies

Director, Matrix Center for the Advancement of Social Equity and Inclusion

Editor, Understanding and Dismantling Privilege journal

Director, Graduate Certificate in Diversity, Social Justice and Inclusion (available internationally)

University of Colorado Colorado Springs