Black Women’s Liberatory Leadership
In a time when society is marshalling calls to #LetBlackWomenLead and #ListentoBlackWomen, actual Black women leaders experience little in the way of material and actual support and resources to manifest the large goals and aspirations for their leadership. So we ask, Why?
In this hour, host Micia Mosely invites us into a conversation about Black Women’s Liberatory Leadership with Social Justice Educator and Consultant, Tanya Williams, Antiracist Leadership Coach and Facilitator, Daneen Keaton, and Dean of the Mills College School of Education, Wendi Williams. They will consider why it is important to let Black Women lead, what it is about Black Women’s leadership practices folks are drawn to and, they will explore what roles Black Women’s Liberatory Leadership practices play in responding to our current conditions and what this bodes for our imagining of a Feminist Future.
Hosted by Micia Mosely
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