1. Journeying “Home”: Reflections on Pedagogy, Resistance, and Possibility
  2. Hannah Oliha-Donaldson
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  1. Killing My Spirit, Renewing My Soul: Black Female Professors’ Critical Reflections on Spirit Killings While Teaching
  2. Jemimah L. Young, Dorothy E. Hines
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  1. Pretenure and Black: Teaching and Research in the Era of Trump
  2. Zakiya R. Adair
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  1. Matriculation at a Southern Predominantly White Institution in the Current Racially Charged Social Climate
  2. Pamela Grayson
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  1. Your Liberation Is Bound Up in Mine: Bringing Our Whole Selves to EDU 342
  2. Kayla C. Elliott, Leila H. Shatara
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  1. Life in Trump’s America
  2. Cristal Martinez
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  1. It’s 8 a.m. “the morning after.” Do you know who’s woke? Marginalized Students, Neoliberal Institutions, and White Settler Colonialism
  2. Judy Rohrer
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  1. “Civil Discourse”: The University Experience
  2. Jarod Kirby
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  1. Austerity Undermines Every Effort at Equity and Justice
  2. Aimee Loiselle
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  1. Teaching in the Time of “Trumpism”: Reflections on Citizenship and Hospitality
  2. Cécile Accilien
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  1. Macroaggressions and Civil Discourse
  2. Donna M. Druery, Jemimah L. Young, Chanda Elbert
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  1. Talking Trump: Bridging Campus and Community in a Time of Crisis
  2. Jennifer Sdunzik, Bill V. Mullen
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  1. White Nationalism in Congress and Gatsby
  2. Audrey A. Fisch, Susan Chenelle
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  1. Two Poems
  2. Rachel Atakpa
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  1. Echoes of 71 Days before the Opportunities of the Next 1,461
  2. Kerri J. Malloy
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  1. “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”: Ruminations on Teaching Black Masculinity in the United States
  2. Courtney L. Thompson
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  1. Fomenting Fear and Calling on Our Courage: Being Latinx on the Tenure Track in the Time of Trumpism
  2. Rebecca Martínez
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  1. Parenting, Protesting, and Protecting: Confronting Political Elephants in the Classroom
  2. Kisha Bryan
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  1. Marginalization and Fear? Concealed Carry and Campus Climate in the Trump Era
  2. Sierra Watt, Carolina Costa Candal, Marcy Quiason
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  1. Civic Engagement and Empowering Our Students
  2. Yovanna Pineda
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  1. Reflections on the Second Wave of “Make America Great Again”: A Glimpse from a Historically Black College and University
  2. Amy O. Yeboah
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  1. Passages to Dreams: Radical Imagination on Campus in Trump’s America
  2. Jameelah Jones
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