No Space To Grieve

Capitalism doesn’t give a shit about our losses or grief. Work remains. We’re still expected to do it. There’s still no space to grieve, even as there should be.

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My Anger Remains

Published in Women in Higher Education on March 1, 2021: I also don’t know how not to be angry or how to push it aside and let it go. And I worry about the costs of my near constant rage. Will it change me into a person I don’t want to be?

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Education Isn’t the Solution

Published in The National Teaching and Learning Forum on Feb. 9, 2021: Higher education isn’t the answer to the problem of white supremacy. Higher education, instead, can be part of the problem.  

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The Costs of Speaking Out

Published in Women in Higher Education on Feb. 1, 2021: I hate the need to balance the physical and emotional well‐being of my family against an opportunity to educate and inform. I hate that harassment and threats appear expected and commonplace rather than the horrors that they actually are.  

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Not Quite Half-Full

Published in Women in Higher Education on Jan. 4, 2021: My glass gets emptier and emptier by the day. Caution remains, a constant companion. But my optimism has been misplaced. It is harder and harder to find.

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