Race, Gender and Ethnicity in Qualitative Research: Reflections on Race, Ethnicity, Stress and Strength
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Join The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity and the Critical Race Initiative for presentations of research. Speakers and topics include:
- Kecia Ellick, School of Public Health - "Started from the bottom, now we're...where?: A qualitative anaylsis of stress and coping among highly educated Black women"
- Sharifah Holder, School of Public Health - "Strengthening High School Transition and Attendance"
- Simone N. Durham, Department of Sociology - "Not in this Lifetime: Black Millennial Reflections on Extant and Future Impacts of the Black Lives Matter Movement"
- Chandra V. Reyna, Department of Sociology - "Beyond a monolith: Middle-class Latinx mothers' racial and ethnic socialization practices"