Let’s Call Wrong Wrong: I stand with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Like many, I watched in shame upon learning that Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was verbally assaulted on the steps of the United States Capitol. As difficult as it was to hear her describe the denigrated language hurled against her, sadly, she shared that this was one of many assaults that she had encountered. Ocasio-Cortez did not… Continue reading Let’s Call Wrong Wrong: I stand with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Black Women in Business: Surviving or Thriving through COVID-19?

Image credit: Unsplash Support Black women entrepreneurs as we continue to heal and build our communities. Black women have made remarkable gains in entrepreneurship. According to the Business Wire, "African American women-owned businesses represented the highest rate of growth of any group" between 2014 and 2019 and between 2018 and 2019. "They started 42% of… Continue reading Black Women in Business: Surviving or Thriving through COVID-19?

Ida B. Wells Speaks from the Grave: The Lynching of Black Bodies

No other historical figure has impacted my life like Ida B. Wells-Barnett. Born July 16, 1862, today we pay homage to our fore-mother. In the midst of today's racial tensions, civil unrest and police brutality, I wish to highlight some of the words of Ida B. Wells regarding the lynching of Black bodies. She was… Continue reading Ida B. Wells Speaks from the Grave: The Lynching of Black Bodies

Anti-Racism in World Languages: Guest Blogger/Workshop

Sponsored by Concordia Language Villages, Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither was invited to facilitate a workshop and serve as guest blogger for their WorldView Language Blog: Anti-Racism in World Language Classrooms. CLICK HERE TO READ KRISHAUNA'S GUEST BLOG ON ANTI-RACISM IN WORLD LANGUAGES Note: Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither will provide a webinar titled Anti-Racism in the World Language… Continue reading Anti-Racism in World Languages: Guest Blogger/Workshop

Register for Upcoming Webinars: (1)Navigating Difficult Dialogues on Race and (2)Tools for White Allies Regarding Race

NAVIGATING DIFFICULT DIALOGUES W/STUDENTS ON RACE AND RACIAL TENSIONS BY DR. KRISHAUNA HINES-GAITHER Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 5:00-6:30pm EST (Can't attend? Register to receive webinar recording.)REGISTER HERE & click for full details: https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/dialoguesContact me if experiencing financial hardship, but you would like to attend the webinar. TOOLS FOR WHITE ALLIES REGARDING RACE BY DR. KRISHAUNA… Continue reading Register for Upcoming Webinars: (1)Navigating Difficult Dialogues on Race and (2)Tools for White Allies Regarding Race

Don’t Pick Those Tomatoes, Girl! Surveillance of Black Bodies

Image Credit: Rafael Correa March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. As a result, my job evacuated the campus, sending all students and most of its staff home to work remotely for the remainder of the semester. Simultaneously, the nation grappled with another pandemic: racism and police brutality. In the… Continue reading Don’t Pick Those Tomatoes, Girl! Surveillance of Black Bodies

Courageous Conversations with Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither

With over 700 people registered, this workshop has reached its capacity. If you would like a similar workshop for your institution, contact Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither at http://www.hinesgaitherconsulting.com or see her blog at http://www.cupofdiversity.com. See flyer in full view here Testimonials on when Krishauna offered a similar workshop as a solo presentation: Krishauna, thanks so much… Continue reading Courageous Conversations with Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither

More Than a Neighborhood Game: I explain to my 5-year-old son how life is different for him as a Black boy (See Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither’s Guest Column published in TODAY’S PAPER, Greensboro News and Record, 6.28.20)

Krishauna's son, Giovanni. Krishauna was invited to serve as a Guest Columnist for the Greensboro News and Record in TODAY'S PAPER (6.28.20). Read her published article titled, "More than a Neighborhood Game," published here.