Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither, Interim Vice President for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Guilford College Read Article Here (One small misquote: I did not say that I see myself as a voice for change, I said Spectrum News named me a voice for change:)
Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither (l) and Dr. Cécile Accilien (r) during their writing retreat in Spartanburg, SC. Dr. Cécile Accilien and Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither have received a publishing contract with Routledge Press. Learn more about their recent writing retreat! Routledge Press recently invited me to contribute to a new book series titled, "The Antiracist Classroom." Along with… Continue reading My Book Deal! My Writing Retreat!
I am honored to have been named a Voice for Change by Spectrum News in North Carolina. I am appreciative of their recognition of my work in support of equity, diversity and inclusion. View Spectrum News broadcast linked below. https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nc/charlotte/news/2021/07/08/triad-educator-hopes-to-further-mission-of-equality-and-inclusion?fbclid=IwAR1PYETzK0gDcZKI5JtiLDLbmwLEhPINAZtpgTg-i2WfqmDf1-vagXQqjHY#
I am honored to be featured as Busta Brown's Person of the Week in the Winston-Salem Chronicle. Read article here. My company, Hines-Gaither Consulting, LLC was named the Business of the Month for May by the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center, NAACP, Urban League, Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce, and the Triad Minority and Women’s Business Expo.… Continue reading Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither featured in the Winston-Salem Chronicle, and named the Small Business of the Month for her commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Read all about it!
Krishauna in Cuernavaca, Mexico The first stamp on my newly minted passport: Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico, la ciudad de la primavera eterna (the city of eternal spring). Cuernavaca was a floral oasis, 70 degrees year round. At nineteen years old, I was curious, naïve and full of adventure. As Mexico was my first study abroad and… Continue reading Black and Mexican Women’s Solidarity: Coffee over People?
Julian and Krishauna's International Wedding Party I was raised in predominantly African American working class communities. I had very few interactions with Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders. I did not have an Asian friend until high school, and her Cambodian family was the only Asian family in our high school that I recall. When I went… Continue reading Solidarity with Asian Communities: My Story
https://pcls.princeton.edu/event/krishauna-hines-gaither/ Although this event is closed to the public, I thought my Cup of Diversity family would like to know about it. I am honored to present a workshop to Princeton's Center for Language Study on antiracism in world languages. James Rankin, Senior Lecturer of German and Director of the Princeton Center for Language Study… Continue reading Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither to Speak at Princeton University
Krishauna Hines-Gaither (l) and Gwen Gosney Erickson (r), Co-Chairs of Guilford College's Curry-Coffin Commission on Slavery, Race, and Recognition Many have studied abolitionists who risked so much to aid enslaved men and women who were escaping the horrific institution of slavery. White abolitionists commonly referenced are William Lloyd Garrison, Levi Coffin, Angelina Grimke, Harriet Beecher… Continue reading Untold Story: Black Woman Abolitionist Lavina Curry of Guilford County, North Carolina
Join our panel of experts to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and how it impacts communities. Panelists include Dr. Alex Babic of Guilford College. Dr. Babic holds a Ph.D. in Public Health, and will focus on marginalized communities. Dr. Michele Malotky is a Professor in the Biology Department at Guilford College, teaching a range… Continue reading Let our expert panel answer your COVID-19 vaccine questions!