You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers.
Welcome! We’re glad you made it here. This is where we help you learn more about the Intersectionality Training Institute and provide you with the answers to some of the questions that you’ll likely have as you review our new website. Still have a question that we have not addressed? Let us know.
A: The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (we are fans and highly recommend their Faculty Success Program, by the way) has a great webinar and resources for how to ask your institution to support and invest in your success. Check it out, and of course, let us know how you made out.
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A: This is a service that we plan to roll out for individuals in the future. For now, it is a value-added service available only to institutions who participate in our workshops by prior arrangement. Join our mailing list to learn about when we make this service available.
A: There certainly are! The African American Policy Forum and the indomitable Kimberlé Crenshaw host Intersectionality Matters!
Carmen Logie, an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, hosts a podcast called Everybody Hates Me: Let’s Talk about Stigma, that frequently engages with the topic of intersectionality and has guests talk about their intersectionality-related work such as Dr. Keosha Bond of the CUNY School of Medicine; Dr. Tonia Poteat of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and our very own, Dr. Lisa Bowleg.