AGYAPONG: Decapitating Black history

As a chronic Black woman and terminal intersectional feminist, my Library of Alexandria is burning.  Kimberlé Crenshaw, bell hooks, Patricia Hill Collins, Audre Lorde, and […]

THYBULLE: Navigating white spaces as a Black athlete

As a Black person growing up in a white space, I’ve been forced to become very in tune with how others perceive me. I’ve always […]

“She is the best of us:” Ijeoma Opara and the power of health advocacy

From witnessing injustices faced by her parents to working as a therapist, the YSPH assistant professor’s life experiences inspired her mission to reduce health disparities faced by Black communities.

BIRCKHEAD-MORTON: Message to Black Yale

“When [one] is exercising extremism in defense of liberty for human beings, it’s no vice. And when one is moderate in the pursuit of justice […]